Start-up ZeroAvia discusses the challenges of hydrogen-electric flying

AeroTime speaks to ZeroAvia about its hydrogen-electric powertrain, first flight plans and the big challenges around the ...

TrustFlight: Could digitizing systems be the key to aviation sustainability?

AeroTime talks to TrustFlight, a company which is taking airlines from paper to digital. ...

Embraer completes 100% SAF test flight using E195-E2 jet

Embraer and Pratt & Whitney have completed 100% SAF test flight using a GFT-powered E195-E2 jet. ...

Compliance with Regulation: Does it Matter?

Private purveyors and charter carrier companies consider regulatory compliance indispensable in operating a successful b ...

How Neste is boosting SAF production amid the airline scramble for the fuel

AeroTime speaks to Neste’s head of renewable aviation about SAF, ramping up production and when aircraft could fly ...

In a 747 cockpit with 40-year veteran Captain Cameron Livingstone

AeroTime spoke to veteran pilot Captain Cameron Livingstone who shares a longstanding history with the 747. ...

Resurrecting the Albatross: Why Australia is returning to a 70-year-old seaplane

Australia’s Amphibian Aerospace Industries (AAI) plans to restart manufacturing the Albatross, a seaplane from the ...

Want to be a pilot at Qantas? Here’s a guide to the airline’s training programs

 Want to be a pilot with Qantas? Here’s a guide to the airline’s training facilities, programs and scho ...

CHC Helicopter wins Western Australia fire & emergency services contract

CHC Helicopter wins 12-year contract with Western Australia’s fire and emergency services ...

What does the future hold for Qantas?

Like most airlines, Qantas reported losses during the pandemic. But as aviation continues to recover, what does the futu ...

“No logical reason”: British airports urge COVID travel testing shake-up

The operators of Heathrow and Stansted airports have called on the UK to simplify COVID travel rules, with passenger num...

Indonesia threatens to halt Airbus orders over spat with EU

Indonesia is reportedly considering halting the import of Airbus passenger aircraft as a result of a trade dispute with...

Greek fighter crashes amid airspace tensions with Turkey

A Mirage 2000-5 of the 331th Squadron of the Hellenic Air Force crashed in the Aegean Sea, 9 nautical miles north of Sky...

Ameco delivers converted 757 to China Postal airlines

Ameco delivered a converted Boeing 757 aircraft to China Postal Airlines that is a new customer for Ameco's conversi...

LHT completes first Airbus A350-900 cabin installation

Lufthansa Technik announced that it has completed cabin installations of Lufthansa first Airbus A350-900 in its Munich f...

Transaero might restart operations in spring 2017

Russian carrier Transaero’s Board of Directors has approved the plan of creating a new airline on the basis of the...

Atlantic Aviation Group granted EASA CAMO Part M approval

Atlantic Aviation Group, an MRO service provider based in Ireland, announced that it has been granted EASA Part M approv...