In the depths of the Second World War, teams of American soldiers with unique sets of skills and specialties were sent behind enemy lines around the world to gather information and solve troublesome situations for the Allies in the war theater. Their commands came from the predecessor of today’s Central ...
From the inner workings of an airport and the surrounding airspace to passenger data and the information going back and forth from the flight deck to the airline operations center, the connected aviation ecosystem runs on data.
Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will be a critical tool for an aviation industry striving to hit ambitious carbon reduction targets – and through investing in and supplying SAF to customers, Shell Aviation is playing its part in helping to increase its use across the sector.
GE Aerospace recently joined NASA and Boeing to unveil the paint scheme of its hybrid electric aircraft testbed for the Electrified Powertrain Flight Demonstration (EPFD) project. In coming years, the plane will take to the skies to test new hybrid electric propulsion systems in development for the future of commercial aviation.
Bombardier is no novice when it comes to providing comprehensive, peace-of-mind aftermarket support for its customers. Since introducing its initial service program in the 1980s, its cost-per-flight-hour portfolio – branded Smart Services – has become an industry leader. More than 1,600 Learjet, Challenger and Global operators rely on the parts ...
Runway excursions are behind more than a third of all aviation accidents, yet many fail to understand the causes and mitigation options. That is why FlightSafety is putting particular focus on the phenomenon in its pilot training
FlightSafety’s pilot instructors are not only highly experienced on type, they are expert communicators and, above all, devoted to passing on their skills and committed to helping make the profession even safer
Whether it is anticipating how climate change will affect pilot training or engaging with the fast emerging urban air mobility sector, FlightSafety is planning for the future of aviation in imaginative ways
Flight departures and arrivals. Aircraft maintenance. Sustainability. What do all of these aviation keywords have in common? Data generation and the power to predict. Wouldn’t it be great if passengers knew exactly when their planes were going to land? Or if airlines could avoid flight delays because of unexpected aircraft ...
Two years after unveiling one of the aviation industry’s most comprehensive technology demonstrator programmes for a more sustainable future of flight, CFM International has completed more than 100 tests as part of its Revolutionary Innovation for Sustainable Engines (RISE) programme. Learn more about the history of innovation leading to RISE.
In the fourth of FlightGlobal’s video reports on aviation’s sustainability challenge, we look at the progress industry players have made in bringing the technologies that will drive decarbonisation from the drawing board towards deployment
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