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JetBlue | July 29, 2020
JetBlue Airways has partnered with Honeywell to put the company’s new UV Cabin System into service as part of a pilot program by the airline.
In clinical studies, ultraviolet light has been found to be capable of significantly reducing certain viruses and bacteria when properly applied at prescribed levels. The Honeywell UV Cabin System can traverse an aircraft cabin in less than 10 minutes, and JetBlue will be gauging the system's place in its operation while continuing other c...
Spirit Airlines | April 21, 2022
Spirit Airlines today announced a commitment to deepen its roots in Houston with the addition of an aircraft maintenance facility at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). The facility, located along John F. Kennedy Boulevard, will serve as a large aircraft maintenance hangar with offices and warehousing for the Spirit Technical Operations team when it begins its first phase of operations.
The maintenance complex includes two aircraft bays and ramp space for up to four aircra...
ZeroAvia | December 17, 2020
Shortly after British Airways declared a new partnership with hydrogen-powered aircraft startup ZeroAvia, Amazon joined various new financial specialists backing their arrangement to build up a 19-seat zero-emission turboprop by 2023.
California-based ZeroAvia completed a series of test flights recently with a Piper Malibu Malibu turboprop modified with a 300-kilowatt (kW) battery electric force framework alongside a tweaked cockpit show and PC. In a Dec. 16 press release, ZeroAvi...
Businesswire | June 05, 2023
Ameriflight, the nation’s largest Part 135 Cargo airline, today announced it has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to operate drone aircraft, making Ameriflight the first existing Part 135 Cargo airline to receive such exemption. The newly granted exemption allows Ameriflight to conduct UAS operations under its current Part 119 Air Carrier Certificate for Part 135 operations. Moreover, the company has approval to add the Matternet M2 to its fleet, enabl...
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