A highly-modified Piper Malibu Mirage took flight in Cranfield, England, last week and made history. The short circuit flight around the airport was notable because of what was powering the plane. It was powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, which made it the world’s first flight with zero-emission fuel for a “commercial-grade” passenger airplane. Decarbonized…

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Earlier this year a small white-and-red Cessna Grand Caravan took off from Moses Lake in Washington state and flew itself into the history books. The aircraft flew at speeds topping 100 mph to an altitude of around 2,500 feet, made some turns, and then landed after about 30 minutes. What made history was under the…

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How much do you really know about aviation? Obviously there’s a lot to know, and some things are more important than others, especially when you’re learning to fly. At the same time, there are some interesting facts that you might not know. Maybe they’ll come in handy during pilot trivia night. In this article, we’ll…

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Every airline is stepping up precautionary measures as the coronavirus continues to impact the world. Many carriers have temporarily cut flights or suspended routes to heavily affected regions due to a decrease in demand. Airlines are also adopting new measures to help curb the spread of the virus. They’re limiting in-flight services, disinfecting aircraft, wearing…

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Every year, the business aviation industry sets a series of expectations based on the results of the prior year. Weeks away from 2020, a series of trends have become sticky talking points for leaders in conferences and media outlets during 2019. A commitment to “go green” is has become a commonly voiced opinion among stakeholders.…

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