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Spirit AeroSystems | January 15, 2021
The Export-Import Bank of the United States has consented to ensure two financing bargains that will give $125 million to help aerospace work at GE Aviation and Spirit AeroSystems.
One of the deals is proposed to infuse liquidity into the striving US aerospace supply chain, while the other will help Australian airline Qantas buy seven GE motors, says the bank.
The ensures will "support" some 500 US occupations and help the "hard-hit aviation" are...
NASA | November 25, 2021
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson visited Orlando International Airport in Florida and met with aviation leaders to discuss implementing aircraft flight scheduling technology developed by the agency that will soon improve dependability for passengers – which is especially important during peak travel times like the Thanksgiving holiday.
In September, the technology that was tested during NASA's Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) was transferred to the Federal Aviat...
Volocopter GmbH | June 09, 2022
Today at the UP.Summit, an annual gathering of leaders in transportation innovation, urban air mobility pioneer Volocopter announced that it has achieved another milestone to bring UAM to life: its fixed-winged passenger aircraft, the VoloConnect, completed its first flight in May 2022. This accomplishment makes Volocopter the only eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft) developer worldwide to have an entire fleet of distinct aircraft configurations undergoing flight tests.
Joby Aviation | November 01, 2022
Joby Aviation, Inc., a California-based company developing all-electric aircraft for commercial passenger service, today confirmed it has formally applied for its revolutionary aircraft design to be certified for use in Japan. The news comes as Japanese and U.S. regulatory authorities confirmed earlier today that they have reached an agreement to deliver a streamlined approval process for U.S. applicants who wish to validate their eVTOL (“electric vertical take-off and landing”) airc...
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