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JETBLUE AIRWAYS, HONEYWELL PARTNERS TO DEPLOY UV CABIN SYSTEM FOR SAFETY

JetBlue | July 29, 2020

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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...

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VOLOCOPTER CONDUCTS SOUTH KOREA'S FIRST CREWED PUBLIC AIR TAXI TEST FLIGHT

Volocopter GmbH | November 12, 2021

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German urban air mobility (UAM) pioneer, Volocopter, has completed the first test flight with its 2X aircraft in Seoul, South Korea. It was the first ever crewed public test flight of a fully electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxi in South Korea. The Republic's Minister for Land, Infrastructure, and Transport (MOLIT) Noh Hyeong Ouk witnessed the historical test flight, marking a milestone in Volocopter's plan of introducing air taxis globally. The 5-minute...

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US DOT EXTENDS FINANCIAL AID FOR ESSENTIAL AIR SERVICE CARRIERS

US Department of Transportation | June 09, 2020

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The US Department of Transportation (DOT) will extend its financial support to airlines that cancel “Essential Air Service” (EAS) flights due to lack of demand stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. The agency had already authorised paying 50% of subsidies for flights cancelled due to lack of demand as long as carriers serve the destinations with at least one round trip daily, six days weekly. In Alaska, carriers must complete at least 50% of weekly schedules to receive payme...

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STELLAR AVIATION EXPANDS ITS FBO NETWORK

Business Aviation News | February 19, 2020

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Stellar Aviation, an FBO operator with facilities in South Palm Beach, Florida, Wilmington, Delaware, and Springfield, Illinois, has announced that it has been awarded a 50-year lease and development agreement with the Reno Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA). The agreement will allow Stellar Aviation to construct a full service FBO and hangar complex at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport located in Reno, Nevada....

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JetBlue | July 29, 2020

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JETBLUE AIRWAYS, HONEYWELL PARTNERS TO DEPLOY UV CABIN SYSTEM FOR SAFETY

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...

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AEROSPACE

Volocopter GmbH | November 12, 2021

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VOLOCOPTER CONDUCTS SOUTH KOREA'S FIRST CREWED PUBLIC AIR TAXI TEST FLIGHT

German urban air mobility (UAM) pioneer, Volocopter, has completed the first test flight with its 2X aircraft in Seoul, South Korea. It was the first ever crewed public test flight of a fully electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxi in South Korea. The Republic's Minister for Land, Infrastructure, and Transport (MOLIT) Noh Hyeong Ouk witnessed the historical test flight, marking a milestone in Volocopter's plan of introducing air taxis globally. The 5-minute...

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US Department of Transportation | June 09, 2020

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US DOT EXTENDS FINANCIAL AID FOR ESSENTIAL AIR SERVICE CARRIERS

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) will extend its financial support to airlines that cancel “Essential Air Service” (EAS) flights due to lack of demand stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. The agency had already authorised paying 50% of subsidies for flights cancelled due to lack of demand as long as carriers serve the destinations with at least one round trip daily, six days weekly. In Alaska, carriers must complete at least 50% of weekly schedules to receive payme...

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Business Aviation News | February 19, 2020

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STELLAR AVIATION EXPANDS ITS FBO NETWORK

Stellar Aviation, an FBO operator with facilities in South Palm Beach, Florida, Wilmington, Delaware, and Springfield, Illinois, has announced that it has been awarded a 50-year lease and development agreement with the Reno Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA). The agreement will allow Stellar Aviation to construct a full service FBO and hangar complex at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport located in Reno, Nevada....

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