Groningen Airport Eelde has made a significant breakthrough in sustainable aviation with the unveiling of a hydrogen-powered Ground Power Unit (GPU), claiming a world-first achievement.
Piasecki Aircraft Corporation (PiAC) has made a significant move in the field of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft by acquiring Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky Heliplex facility in Coatesville, Pennsylvania.
The transition to green aviation presents a monumental challenge for policymakers as they strive to reduce emissions in the aviation sector.
Austro Engine, a trusted supplier of Diamond aircraft, has partnered with the Vienna University of Technology and Bosch General Aviation Technology to develop a revolutionary “bivalent hydrogen engine.”
In a significant development for the air cargo delivery industry, Natilus, a leading innovator in autonomous blended-wing body (BWB) cargo aircraft, and ZeroAvia, a pioneer in zero-emission commercial aviation, have announced a strategic partnership.
The SASHA Coalition, initiated by climate change NGO Opportunity Green, is set to be officially launched on May 24th by Lord Deben, Chair of the UK’s Committee on Climate Change.
An economic study conducted by research group Steer, commissioned by T&E, has revealed that hydrogen planes could be an efficient and cost-competitive technology to decarbonize the aviation sector, provided adequate taxation on fossil kerosene is implemented.
A consortium led by Glasgow Airport and net zero consulting co-developer Ikigai is embarking on a project to test the feasibility of a hydrogen production, storage, and distribution hub at the Scottish travel hub.
Yesterday marked another milestone in aviation history as ZeroAvia’s testbed aircraft, the Dornier 228, achieved its 8th successful flight at Cotswold Airport.
Hamburg Airport in Germany is taking significant steps towards sustainable aviation by investing in projects related to hydrogen fuel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).