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13
Feb

EHang Begins Delivering Air Taxi to Customers Following Airworthiness Certification

EHang Begins Delivering Air Taxi to Customers Following Airworthiness Certification By Jack Daleo The Chinese manufacturer’s EH216-S air taxi was the first in the world to receive type certification from a national regulator. American lawmakers and regulators have big plans for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxis. But China continues to look like it will be the first country in...
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05
Feb

The ABCDs of Aircraft Maintenance

The ABCDs of Aircraft Maintenance By Bhavya Velani Take a look at Bhavya Velani’s explanation on the ABCDs of Aircraft Maintenance. Bhavya is an Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Graduate and aviation enthusiast with more than 4 years experience in running a successful aviation start-up. Explained: The ABCDs of Aircraft Maintenance – Airways (airwaysmag.com)
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31
Jan

The FAA Approach To Regulatory Compliance – A Checklist

The FAA Approach To Regulatory Compliance -A Checklist By Bill Carey “What might have once required the use of an enforcement action for a pilot deviation may now involve training, education, or counseling—a compliance action—to resolve,” the agency explains in the issue. “The FAA recognizes that some deviations are caused by a simple mistake or could stem from a lack...
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31
Jan

Turbotech and Safran test first hydrogen turboprop for light aircraft

Turbotech and Safran test first hydrogen turboprop for light aircraft – Turbotech and Safran have successfully tested the first hydrogen-fueled gas turbine engine for the light aviation market. – The tests at ArianeGroup’s facility in Vernon, France, are part of the BeautHyFuel project to explore hydrogen propulsion solutions for light airplanes. BeautHyFuel is supported by the French Civil Aviation Authority...
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29
Jan

Korea Aerospace Industries gets to work on AI for manned aircraft and UCAVs

Korea Aerospace Industries gets to work on AI for manned aircraft and UCAVs Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) and a local defence institute have embarked on a project to develop artificial intelligence applications that can be applied to manned and unmanned aircraft. Following an agreement signed in December 2023, KAI and the Korea Research Institute of Defence will work on AI...
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18
Jan

Supernal Debuts S-A2 EVTOL Air Taxi Mockup

Supernal Debuts S-A2 EVTOL Air Taxi Mockup By Hanneke Weitering Supernal has revealed its first full-scale mockup of the eVTOL aircraft it aims to bring to market in 2028. It is showcasing the four-passenger S-A2 aircraft this week at the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where the company has constructed a vertiport exhibition to give show attendees...
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18
Jan

FAA Updates AC on Engine Power-Loss Accidents

FAA Updates AC on Engine Power-Loss Accidents By Niki Britton The FAA has released an updated advisory circular that focuses on the circumstances surrounding engine power-loss accidents and recommendations on how to prevent them. The document also provides charts and advice for engine trend monitoring. The AC highlights and discusses several operational causes of engine failure that include inadequate preflight inspections, fuel...
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18
Jan

Rolls-Royce Delivers on Sustainable Aviation Fuel commitments

Rolls-Royce Delivers on Sustainable Aviation Fuel commitments As the world continues to reconnect, and medium to long-haul flights increase in frequency, the aviation industry remains focused on delivering new levels of environmental performance. Sustainable Aviation Fuel offers solutions, and Rolls-Royce is playing its part by completing a series of 100% SAF-powered engine tests. In the post-COVID 19 world, we are...
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21
Dec

EUROCAE WG-63 Sets New Benchmarks in Aviation Safety with Publication of ED-79B and ED-135 Guidelines

EUROCAE WG-63 Sets New Benchmarks in Aviation Safety with Publication of ED-79B and ED-135 Guidelines EUROCAE, the European leader in the development of worldwide recognised industry standards for aviation, proudly announces the release of two groundbreaking documents, ED-79B “Guidelines for Development of Civil Aircraft and Systems” and ED-135 “Guidelines and Methods for Conducting the Safety Assessment Process on Civil Airborne...
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19
Dec

Rotor Technologies has unveiled the R550X autonomous helicopter

Rotor Technologies has unveiled the R550X autonomous helicopter otor Technologies has unveiled the R550X autonomous helicopter that it intends to bring to market in 2024. Built on the foundation of the Robinson R44 Raven II, the R550X is the world’s largest uncrewed civilian helicopter, designed for safety-critical cargo, utility, and maritime operations that require a greater payload capacity and range...
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