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Trio of FlyZero concepts taking shape as project reveals mid-market design

FlyZero is close to being able to reveal all three of the hydrogen-powered concept aircraft designs it is working on, as the project nears the end of its initial one-year remit.

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SIA Engineering, Safran sign Leap engine test services agreement

SIA Engineering (SIAEC) has signed a long-term agreement with Safran to provide test services for the CFM Leap engines, expanding the two parties’ current maintenance partnership. 

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FlyZero reveals hydrogen-powered widebody concept

UK government-backed FlyZero has unveiled designs for two zero-emission aircraft months ahead of schedule, having whittled down the list from the 27 ‘scout’ designs it unveiled in September.