Embraer’s Eve Cuts New eVTOL Deals in Australia

Agreement is the latest of several electric vertical takeoff and landing industry deals targeting the Asia-Pacific region.
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FAA Clears Archer Aviation for First Flight

Approval allows the California company to fly the first hover test of its Maker prototype air taxi.
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Volocopter To Build eVTOL Network in Futuristic Saudi Region

The German-based electric aircraft manufacturer is partnering with Saudi Arabia on a planned, eco-friendly region called Neom.
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First Twin-Engine, 100 percent SAF Test on Commercial Passenger Jet Shows Promise

Airbus and Rolls-Royce report positive initial results using all-sustainable aviation fuel in an A350 with Trent XWB engines.
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Airbus A340 Pilot Makes History in Antarctica

Commander details first A340 landing in one of the coldest and most remote places on Earth.
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Global Efforts To Protect Earth Against Asteroids

NASA’s asteroid mission comes as governments and international groups plan for the unthinkable.
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Rolls-Royce Claims Records for ‘World’s Fastest’ All-Electric Aircraft

Engineers clock Spirit of Innovation research airplane at 345.4 mph.
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Wisk v. Archer: Inside a Bitter eVTOL Trade Secret Lawsuit

Hundreds of millions of dollars are potentially at stake in a court battle over two designs for electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.
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Thales and Diehl Join Airbus eVTOL Project

They’ll develop primary and secondary flight control computers for Airbus’ electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.
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Business Aviation Leaders: We’re On Track to Net-Zero Emissions

Progress reported toward 2050 goals across business aviation, but challenges remain.
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Major eVTOL Companies Ramping Up Flight Schools

Pilot academies are in the works at major electric, vertical takeoff and landing companies.
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Embraer Predicts Market Growth Through 2040

Company offers slightly optimistic projections; a “deceleration” compared to pre-COVID growth.
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Air Lease Will Be Launch Customer for Airbus A350F

Los Angeles-based ALC intends to buy 111 new Airbus jets, including seven of the new freighter variant.
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GE Digital Announces Emirates Deal on Sustainability Software

Dubai-based, long-haul passenger carrier adopts GE Digital tools aimed at cutting fuel consumption and reducing carbon emissions.
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Blue Origin Astronaut Killed in Small Airplane Crash

Company ‘devastated’ by loss of Glen de Vries, who flew into space with actor William Shatner.
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U.S. Return to Moon’s Surface Delayed to 2025

NASA partially blamed delay on legal battle between SpaceX and Blue Origin over the lunar lander contract.
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Pressure Mounts on Feds to Delay 5G C-Band Deployment

Citing safety concerns, the NBAA and other aviation groups call for a delay in deployment of 5G on C-band frequencies.
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Atlanta-based Startup Unveils Full-Scale Hypersonic Jet Prototype

Hermeus shows off its Mach 5 Quarterhorse concept, which might be developed as a future Air Force One.
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Switzerland’s Dufour Aerospace Unveils Tilt-Wing eVTOL

The small, uncrewed hybrid is remote piloted and designed for logistics, mapping, and other missions.
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Congress Votes to Support Advanced Air Mobility

House OKs an interagency working group to plan and coordinate the emerging advanced air mobility industry.
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