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MORAI TO SHOWCASE TRUE-TO-LIFE SIMULATION PLATFORM FOR NEXT-GENERATION AIRCRAFTS AT COMMERCIAL UAV EXPO 2022

MORAI | September 07, 2022

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MORAI, a leading developer of full-stack autonomous vehicle simulation technology in Korea, announced today that it launches a new simulation platform for aircrafts, MORAI SIM Air at Commercial UAV Expo 2022, held in Las Vegas from September 6 to September 8, 2022. Urban Air Mobility (UAM) is getting attention as a next-generation urban transport system that can solve problems such as increasing urban population and traffic congestion. However, it is essential to establish a safe and stable oper...

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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

HONEYWELL REVOLUTIONIZES ETHANOL-TO-JET FUEL TECHNOLOGY TO MEET RISING DEMAND FOR SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL

HONEYWELL | October 11, 2022

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Honeywell today announced a new, innovative ethanol-to-jet fuel (ETJ) processing technology that allows producers to convert corn-based, cellulosic, or sugar-based ethanol into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Depending on the type of ethanol feedstock used, jet fuel produced from Honeywell's ethanol-to-jet fuel process can reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80% on a total lifecycle basis, compared to petroleum-based jet fuel.Demand for SAF continues to grow, yet the aviation industry ...

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COVID DIGS DEEPER HOLE FOR AIRBUS A380

Airbus | May 26, 2020

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Airbus plans to wrap up production of the A380 "by 2021," heralding the beginning of the end of a sort for the superjumbo. The increasingly undesirable economics of the big quadjet, which entered service for the first time with Singapore Airlines in October 2007, had already begun to force it out of favor with its biggest operators, most notably the carrier that flies roughly half the world fleet Dubai’s Emirates. Airbus announced its plans to cease production by 2021 after Emira...

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JETEX FUELS THE FUTURE WITH SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL

Jetex | August 23, 2021

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Jetex, an award-winning global leader in executive aviation, continues to offer more ways of reducing carbon emissions of travel. The company began offering sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) produced by TotalEnergies in France, made from used cooking oil at Jetex Le Bourget, Paris, from June 2021. SAF gives an impressive reduction of up to 90% in carbon emissions over the lifecycle of the fuel compared to traditional jet fuel it replaces and complies with RED sustainability criteria...

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AEROSPACE

MORAI TO SHOWCASE TRUE-TO-LIFE SIMULATION PLATFORM FOR NEXT-GENERATION AIRCRAFTS AT COMMERCIAL UAV EXPO 2022

MORAI | September 07, 2022

MORAI, a leading developer of full-stack autonomous vehicle simulation technology in Korea, announced today that it launches a new simulation platform for aircrafts, MORAI SIM Air at Commercial UAV Expo 2022, held in Las Vegas from September 6 to September 8, 2022. Urban Air Mobility (UAM) is getting attention as a next-generation urban transport system that can solve problems such as increasing urban population and traffic congestion. However, it is essential to establish a safe and stable oper...

Read More
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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

HONEYWELL REVOLUTIONIZES ETHANOL-TO-JET FUEL TECHNOLOGY TO MEET RISING DEMAND FOR SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL

HONEYWELL | October 11, 2022

Honeywell today announced a new, innovative ethanol-to-jet fuel (ETJ) processing technology that allows producers to convert corn-based, cellulosic, or sugar-based ethanol into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Depending on the type of ethanol feedstock used, jet fuel produced from Honeywell's ethanol-to-jet fuel process can reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80% on a total lifecycle basis, compared to petroleum-based jet fuel.Demand for SAF continues to grow, yet the aviation industry ...

Read More
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COVID DIGS DEEPER HOLE FOR AIRBUS A380

Airbus | May 26, 2020

Airbus plans to wrap up production of the A380 "by 2021," heralding the beginning of the end of a sort for the superjumbo. The increasingly undesirable economics of the big quadjet, which entered service for the first time with Singapore Airlines in October 2007, had already begun to force it out of favor with its biggest operators, most notably the carrier that flies roughly half the world fleet Dubai’s Emirates. Airbus announced its plans to cease production by 2021 after Emira...

Read More
news image

JETEX FUELS THE FUTURE WITH SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL

Jetex | August 23, 2021

Jetex, an award-winning global leader in executive aviation, continues to offer more ways of reducing carbon emissions of travel. The company began offering sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) produced by TotalEnergies in France, made from used cooking oil at Jetex Le Bourget, Paris, from June 2021. SAF gives an impressive reduction of up to 90% in carbon emissions over the lifecycle of the fuel compared to traditional jet fuel it replaces and complies with RED sustainability criteria...

Read More