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Avelo Airlines | March 07, 2022
Avelo Airlines today announced an innovative partnership with Aero HygenX to deploy leading-edge autonomous ultraviolet light (UVC) robots to disinfect its aircraft fleet to combat COVID-19. Aero HygenX is the pioneer in autonomous UVC disinfection technology for the transportation industry.
The Aero HygenX RAY robot is a compact, light-weight and self-navigating device which uses motion-sensing technology to navigate interior spaces — disinfecting surfaces quickly and safel...
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Universal Hydrogen | March 06, 2023
Universal Hydrogen Co. is developing a hydrogen logistics network to power aviation in the future. The company recently completed flying a 40-passenger regional airliner using hydrogen fuel cell propulsion. Lightning McClean (nickname of the flight) took off from Grant County International Airport (KMWH) and flew for 15 minutes at 8:41 AM PST, reaching 3,500 meters above mean sea level (MSL). The airplane was the first flight in a two-year flight test campaign under an FAA Special Airworth...
SATAVIA | April 23, 2022
SATAVIA and AirCarbon Exchange (ACX) are delighted to announce an historic partnership, combining world-leading tech with pioneering commodities infrastructure to support trading of carbon credits generated by SATAVIA's unique contrail prevention technology.
Aircraft-generated condensation trails, or contrails, account for up to 60% of aviation's climate impact, almost double that of direct CO2 emissions from aircraft engines. Until recently, scientific and technical chall...
Lufthansa Group | July 28, 2020
Lufthansa Group’s flagship carrier Lufthansa has reinstated flights between Frankfurt International airport and New York City’s John F Kennedy International airport after four months of suspension due to the coronavirus global health emergency.
The Frankfurt, Germany-based airline says on 27 July it will fly an Airbus A330-300 five times weekly between its largest hub and New York City, beginning the same day. At the end of August, it will operate daily flights on the route fo...
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