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Federal Aviation Administration | May 07, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration announced the vendors chosen to develop the underlying technology and standards for tracking drones and their pilots as part of a new regulatory regime and marketplace.
In December, the agency issued a proposed rule to establish a system for remotely identifying unmanned aerial vehicles more colloquially known as drones called Remote ID. The rule created a framework for tagging drones with unique radio wave identifiers that are broadcast directl...
Universal Hydrogen | February 10, 2023
Universal Hydrogen Co., with its carbon-free aviation, is developing the airline industry with hydrogen aviation. It recently announced it had signed a strategic partnership with Air New Zealand as part of the airline's Mission Next Gen Aircraft program, which is growing. Along with the block, Air New Zealand chose Universal Hydrogen as its long-term partner program as it aims to focus on sustainable solutions for its fleet.
Universal Hydrogen is working to turn existing reg...
ZeroAvia | September 30, 2022
ZeroAvia, the leader in zero-emission aviation, today announced it has entered into a non-exclusive Joint Development Agreement with Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. ( NYSE: TXT) company, supporting ZeroAvia's development of hydrogen-electric, zero-emission powertrains for the Cessna Grand Caravan (208B) aircraft. ZeroAvia will obtain a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) to retrofit the Grand Caravan single-engine utility turboprop with the ZA600 zero-emission powertrain, targeting com...
Directional Aviation | August 19, 2020
When most air travel in the United States effectively stopped in March, some private jet operators feared the worst, expecting coronavirus, along with the recession to come, would decimate their businesses. Instead, for many, the summer of 2020 has held up surprisingly well.
“Business is very good, better than expected,” said Gregg Slow, president of FXAir, a charter company owned by Directional Aviation, one of the biggest brands in private aviation. “We had our...
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