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“Eviation, the Israel-based developer of the Alice 11-seat electric aircraft, has teamed up with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) on research and development of its all-electric aircraft technologies.” (AIN Online)
“While Bombardier is continuing development of its new Global 6500 program, the in-production Global 6000 captured new orders with the most recent announcement of the sale of four to an undisclosed customer.” (AIN Online)
“While business and general aviation celebrates the success in the long battle against efforts to create an independent user-funded air traffic control system, leaders remain wary that the issue will never fully disappear.” (AIN Online)
“Every six months, the U.S. Department of Transportation publishes an agenda of future rulemaking projects scheduled by all its agencies, including the FAA. This year’s semi-annual agenda includes four potentially significant FAA rulemaking efforts.” (AIN Online)
“On January 17, Los Angeles-area Van Nuys Airport (VNY) will play host to a milestone event in the development and adoption of sustainable alternative jet fuels (SAJF).” (AIN Online)
“Lufthansa Technik is offering the first environmentally and material-friendly disinsection spray for aircraft that can be shipped by air directly to operators.” (AIN Online)