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750 Horsepower Electric Aviation Engine Tested By MagniX

October 24th, 2019 | by Jake Richardson

MagniX has released a video showing a test of its 750-horsepower all-electric aviation engine. Called the magni500, it can be used in a number of existing aircraft like the de Havilland Otter and Beaver seaplanes, and in ones designed to be all-electric


The Netherlands Aerospace Centre Stuns The World, Opens Research Facility For The Future Of Electric Mobility

July 5th, 2018 | by Nicolas Zart

Urban electric air mobility has taken to the skies with fury, so more airports are taking a closer look at the future of electric air mobility. What was once thought of as something that could only happen in 20 years has already been making great strides the past two years. The Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) believes in the future of electric aviation so much and is so eager to contribute to the cause that it opened its research facility in Marknesse, Netherlands, to help develop the future of electric mobility


Rising Temperatures To Impose High Costs On Aviation Industry Over Coming Decades, Research Finds

July 30th, 2017 | by James Ayre

The increasingly extreme temperatures that we can expect in many parts of the world over the coming decades as a result of anthropogenic climate change will considerably drive up aviation industry operating costs — owing to a need to regularly reduce takeoff weights when temperatures climb too high. That news is according to a new study from Columbia University


Will India Follow the EU in Capping Aviation Emissions?

February 1st, 2012 | by Silvio Marcacci

India may soon join the European Union (EU) in efforts to reduce emissions from its aviation industry. The country’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DCGA) earlier this month required that the civil aviation sector begin monitoring all carbon emissions from airports to create a national carbon inventory.


Lufthansa Declares Biofuel Trials Successful, Ceases Using Biofuel

January 13th, 2012 | by Charis Michelsen

The German airline Lufthansa has ceased its domestic trials of biofuel – but not because the trial failed. On the contrary, 1,471 tons of CO2 have been saved on over a thousand domestic flights between Frankfurt and Hamburg. Lufthansa is capping off its trial run with



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