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Alaska Airlines | October 22, 2020
Employees of Microsoft Corp. who travel between their global headquarters in Redmond, Washington , and California on Alaska Airlines will take more sustainable flights through the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to cover their business trips. SAF, provided by SkyNRG, is an important option for the aviation industry to reduce CO 2 emissions on a life cycle basis. This first US partnership of its kind is a model for other companies and organizations committed to reducing the environmental i...
Boom Supersonic: | December 14, 2022
Boom Supersonic, the company building the world's fastest airliner, today announced Symphony, a new propulsion system designed and optimized for its Overture supersonic airliner. Boom also announced that it will be teaming with three industry leaders to develop Symphony including Florida Turbine Technologies (FTT) for engine design, GE Additive for additive technology design consulting, and StandardAero for maintenance.
"Developing a supersonic engine specif...
United Airlines | December 01, 2022
United Airlines today announced a strategic equity investment in Natron Energy, a battery manufacturer whose sodium-ion batteries have the potential to help United electrify its airport ground equipment like pushback tractors and operations at the gate. United has made substantial investments in companies developing technology to reduce aircraft emissions, but Natron is the first that has the potential to reduce the greenhouse gas footprint from United's ground operations. United Airlines Ve...
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...
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