Commercial Aircraft Engines

| August 4, 2016

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Safran Aircraft Engines is a complete engine manufacturer, present in every sector of the commercial aviation market, through its innovative and reliable engines, designed to respect the environment. Safran Aircraft Engines also offers its expertise as OEM of the CFM56 through EngineLife®, its complete support and service package.

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Velocity Aerospace Group

Velocity Aerospace has been an industry leader in instruments, avionics and accessories repair and overhaul for more than 80 years. As an organization, Velocity has kept pace with the industry by continuously adding new products to our ever increasing capability list.

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What To Expect From SWISS’ First Airbus A320neo

Article | February 19, 2020

On Thursday the 20th of February, SWISS will welcome its first Airbus A320neo. Here’s what to expect from the Lufthansa subsidiary’s new aircraft. SWISS is preparing for its new Airbus A320neo to enter into service. The first A320neo made its inaugural flight from the Airbus factory in Hamburg earlier this month and will be delivered to the airline’s hub at Zurich airport on Thursday this week.

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Eco travel: What are our current options for green aviation

Article | February 28, 2020

When the first commercial flight took off on 1 January 1914, the carbon emissions contributing to air pollution were probably not the highest priority. More than a century later, in 2019, the actions of young environmental activist Greta Thunberg helped raise awareness of the Swedish term flygskam — translated as “flight shame” — to the rest of the world. Her decision to cross the Atlantic Ocean by boat, instead of going by plane, to attend a United Nations summit captured the world’s imagination. In fact, it was Swedish singer Staffan Lindberg, who started the movement in 2017 with his pledge to give up flying.

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Could Altitude Hold The Key To Reducing Aviation Emissions?

Article | February 22, 2020

According to a new study, aircraft altitude could hold the key to drastically reducing global warming. Research shows that a lower flying altitude could help the aviation industry reduce its carbon footprint. That’s despite the fuel inefficiency of low altitude flights. When it comes to the climate, the aviation industry is heavily focused on investing in new technologies to keep passengers in the air. From biofuels to new aircraft designs, the focus is on bringing a green evolution to aviation. However, what if the answer to combatting climate change already existed? It might be a case of casting aside the rulebook and looking at aviation’s carbon footprint from a different angle.

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The Boeing 737 MAX – What Needs To Be Fixed?

Article | March 26, 2020

The Boeing 737 MAX is one of the most praised and also the criticized aircraft ever built. On one hand, it has been popular with airlines with plenty of orders for the American planemaker. However, since being grounded many airlines have become nervous about utilizing the type. How can Boeing move forward? As mentioned in the introduction, the Boeing 737 MAX is a fine aircraft if you look at the pure numbers. It has great fuel efficiency, very versatile thanks to its range and perfectly hits that sweet spot with passenger numbers.

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Velocity Aerospace has been an industry leader in instruments, avionics and accessories repair and overhaul for more than 80 years. As an organization, Velocity has kept pace with the industry by continuously adding new products to our ever increasing capability list.

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