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Rolls-Royce and other manufactures stand to share in more than $700 million in research grants from the European Union's Clean Aviation Program.
The National Institute for Aviation Research and Solvay joint manufacturing innovation center looks to advance use of composites in aerospace.
BAE's newest facility in Austin, Texas, will be dedicated to engineering and manufacturing of programs such as autonomy, cyber, and sensor development.
A team of researchers have developed a process to convert previously unusable lignin into a feedstock for sustainable aviation fuel.
After Hurricane Ian pummeled Florida, airports in the affected area are working to restore services.
Florida braces for the arrival of what could be a storm of historic intensity.
Construction of De Havilland Aircraft of Canada's 15-acre manufacturing site will likely take 10 to 15 years to fully complete.
Renewable fuels producer Aemetis is on schedule to begin procurement for the start of construction of its Riverbank, California, sustainable fuel facility.
A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine questions the effects of Ligado Networks on GPS receivers.
New hangar adds 20 percent more capacity for Lufthansa Technik Philippines.