Sustainable Jet Fuel

"Air travel has become an integral part of everyday life. There will be air travel, now and in the future, as it fulfills an important social function in today’s global society. The aviation industry acknowledges the urgency for emission reduction and knows there is a need to switch to alternative, renewable and stable priced resources as fossil fuel supply (and related prices) is getting increasingly volatile. In addressing the challenge to replace fossil kerosene in a sustainable way, aviation has no alternative but liquid hydrocarbons from bio-based (waste) sources. Renewable fuels for aviation are new for airlines, but can have profound impact on lowering the carbon footprint of the industry (if produced in a sustainable way), while reducing the dependency on fossil kerosene"

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Sky Airlines

SKY Airlines is a charter airline company; a leader in the Turkish tourism, and an affiliate of its parent company KAYIGROUP, located in Antalya. Right after the laying the foundation of the SKY Institution towards the end of year 2000, commercial flights have started on April 12th, 2001.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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DARE TO BUILD SMARTER

whitePaper | September 28, 2022

In 2007, Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works® set out to satisfy the most challenging structural, environmental, and physical requirements of next-generation air and spacecraft platforms. A strategic technology was derived and the most balanced, capable, and processable reinforced high-performance thermoplastic nanocomposite around, HX5™, was created.

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Shipping Aircraft Tire Assemblies by Air

whitePaper | December 15, 2019

Serviceable tire assemblies are considered dangerous since they are typically inflated to high pressure. Essentially, when tire assemblies are shipped by air, the pressure inside the tire increases once the plane reaches altitude. This rise in pressure could cause an over-inflated tire to explode in the cargo hold and compromise the structural integrity of the aircraft. Aircraft tires that are not mounted on the rim are not considered dangerous as they are not under pressure and do not pose a safety hazard.

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SIMPLIFYING THE BUSINESS OF FLIGHT

whitePaper | January 31, 2022

What makes business aviation support so challenging is the need to continually stay on top of incoming data. Good decisions, smart planning and safe flying all depend on the continuous flow of accurate, real-time information from many different sources.

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A ROADMAP FOR FLIGHT AUTOMATION IN ADVANCED AIR MOBILITY

whitePaper | January 31, 2022

Skyroads AG, Munich, Germany is developing, testing and implementing an Automated Airspace Management and Vehicle Guidance System (AAVS). It is abundantly clear that a system which helps guide complex, three-dimensional traffic in congested airspace will be needed soon. Legacy ATC systems are not able to support the urban transport mode. Legislators and regulators are expecting the industry to supply solutions. Skyroads is the first company world-wide to make a comprehensive proposal. Fundamental considerations for this solution are found in our previous White Paper “Air Traffic Control for Urban Air Mobility”. The operational tasks to be solved are widely acknowledged within the current deliberations by the industry and the rulemaking bodies.

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Digital Think Tank

whitePaper | October 13, 2022

Over the past few years, our industry has been facing incredible challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic has put a complete stop to aviation (outside of cargo) for over two years.

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Enhancing airport resilience and runway capacity with Intelligent Approach

whitePaper | January 20, 2020

NATS, the UK’s leading air navigation services provider and Leidos, a leading technology provider, developed a ground-breaking airport solution called Intelligent Approach. With Intelligent Approach, air traffic controllers around the world have the tools to safely optimise arrival spacing in all conditions and for all runway configurations, delivering capacity, safety and resilience benefits without the need for expensive changes to ground infrastructure. As demand for air travel grows it becomes essential for airports to leverage proven innovations to drive improved capacity, to do it quickly when capacity is constrained, and safely during disruptive conditions.

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Spotlight

Sky Airlines

SKY Airlines is a charter airline company; a leader in the Turkish tourism, and an affiliate of its parent company KAYIGROUP, located in Antalya. Right after the laying the foundation of the SKY Institution towards the end of year 2000, commercial flights have started on April 12th, 2001.

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