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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TeenFlight Celebrates Milestone

Program that allows high-school kids to learn what it takes to work in aviation reaches 10th anniversary.
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One Pilot Dead, Two Injured in Runway Incident in Texas

Laughlin Air Force Base says an investigation is underway.
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Exosonic, Twelve Partner For Supersonic Jet SAF

Under the MOU, Exosonic's UAVs and airliner would be fueled by sustainable aviation fuel produced through carbon transformation technology.
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Tanker Pilot Dies While Fighting Colorado Wildfire

Marc Thor Olson was a U.S. military veteran with thousands of hours of flying experience.
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House Passes Bill That Includes SAF Tax Credit

If ‘Build Back Better’ is passed, users of sustainable aviation fuel could receive up to $1.75 per gallon.
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Royal Thai Air Force Buys Fleet Of Beechcraft T-6 Trainers

The $162 million purchase of a dozen T-6 trainers is part of a modernization plan to develop the Thai defense industry.
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Otto Aviation Finishes First Phase of Testing of Celera 500L

Company says it conducted its most recent flights using sustainable aviation fuel.
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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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New Infrastructure Law Has Long-Reaching Effects for Aviation

Industry experts say the trillion-dollar package can help everything from pandemic rebounding, to technology, to community growth.
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British MOD To Sell Off Sentinel R1 Airframes

UK military officials reverse previous plans to scrap the surveillance aircraft for parts.
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NTSB Report: Fewer Fatal GA Accidents in 2020

Board’s annual civil aviation study also includes positive numbers for charter and commercial carriers.
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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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Survey: Older Pilots See Discrimination from Insurers

Pilots older than 70 are being dropped or canceled by insurance agencies without losses.
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GE Aviation Supports System Development on Gulfstream G400 and G800

The data concentration network, and power and health management systems will be supplied for the new large-cabin and ultralong-range business jets.
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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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Mammoth Freighters to Convert First 777s for Cargojet

Widebody jets will be the largest in the Canadian carrier’s fleet.
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NTSB Proposes Commercial Space Accident Rulemaking

In the proposed rule, the NTSB seeks to identify commercial space as a unique mode of transportation.
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Winning Aviation Students Learn About GA Manufacturing

GAMA Aviation Design Challenge winners learned about Eviation’s developmental commuter aircraft, as well as composites, metal fabrication, and welding.
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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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