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PRnewswire | May 02, 2023
Alaska Airlines today presented a Bombardier Q400 regional turboprop to ZeroAvia that will be retrofitted with a hydrogen-electric propulsion system in an effort to expand the reach and applicability of zero emissions flight technology.
At an event, held at ZeroAvia's Paine Field research and development site, the companies were joined by high school students from Raisbeck Aviation High School, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene and Snohomish C...
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Volato | September 17, 2022
Volato, the most efficient way to experience a luxury private jet, today announced a new relationship with Gulfstream and a fleet order of Gulfstream G280 aircraft. With four on firm order, the aircraft will add significant capability to Volato's existing fleet of HondaJet Elites. This expansion evolves Volato's business model as they look to service a greater share of the private aviation market. Volato will be the first company to fractionalize the Gulfstream G280, preselling fractions...
UTU | August 01, 2022
utu a Singapore-based travel-tech company, has announced a new partnership with Flying Blue, the frequent flyer programme of leading Franco-Dutch airline group Air France-KLM. The new collaboration takes utu's mission of revitalising the tax-free shopping and travel industry to a new level, with even more rewarding benefits.
"Flying Blue is pleased to partner with utu to provide our members new opportunities to earn Miles when they shop abroad. This ...
Boeing | October 08, 2020
Alaska Airlines may be preparing to open their checkbook and order more Boeing 737 MAXs. The North American airline already has 32 MAXs on order. The size of any new order is unknown, and the deal remains in the negotiating stage, but any new 737 MAX order would be a welcome boost for Boeing and its beleaguered MAX program....
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