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Rochelle Municipal Airport-Koritz Field is the first in the state to offer UL94, which is authorized for use by the FAA in more than 100,000 aircraft.
Following a test program which met with a positive response, the jet charter marketplace is allowing its operators and customers to choose to go green.
Teams with several stakeholders to identify and develop feed stocks on the continent
Tests of six different helicopter models last year, which collected more than 1,500 data points, put “scientific rigor behind the rules of thumb."
NBAA estimates that fewer than 100 operators in North America will be affected by the carbon dioxide cap rules.
Rolls is focussing on refining next-gen lean-burn combustor as it eyes closer engine-airframe integration, and electrification.
Among the findings: biofuels emit less soot, which led to a 50- to 70-percent reduction in particle emissions.
Partnership with Rolls-Royce, Siemens aims to fly first test bed in 2020
EASA expresses how and why it plans to adopt the emissions requirement rulemaking the agency proposed early this year.
FAA is adopting new Stage 5 noise standards for newly certified subsonic jet and transport category airplanes.