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Sustainable Travel and Transport

BA and ZeroAvia Amsterdam, May 15th 2021– British Airways’ owner AIG recently became the first European airline Group to commit to powering 10 percent of all of its flights with sustainable aviation fuel by 2030. The group will purchase one million tonnes of sustainable jet fuel per year enabling it to cut its annual emissions by two million tonnes…
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Zero Avia British Airways

Finally a New Promising and Sustainable way to AirTravel

A Beautiful Scoop for ZeroAvia Amsterdam, May 14th 2021– ZeroAvia is a leader in zero-emission aviation, focused on hydrogen-electric aviation solutions to address a variety of markets, initially targeting 500-mile range in 10-20 seat aircraft used for commercial passenger transport, package delivery, agriculture, and more. Based in London and California, ZeroAvia has already secured experimental certificates…
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Sustainable Air Travel

The Future of Sustainable AirTravel

Responsibilities Part II Amsterdam, May 13th 2021– The year before last year, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, who else [?] unveiled a blended-wing design, the so-called  “Flying-V”—that effectively places passengers inside the wings.  KLM said that the lighter, more aerodynamic design should consume 20% less fuel than an Airbus A350 while maintaining the same cargo and…
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L3Harris Sky Warden

L3HarrisTech and Air Tractor Inc. Announce:

Sky Warden™ ISR Strike Aircraft MELBOURNE, Fla. and Amsterdam, May 11th 2021–L3Harris Technologies (NYSE:LHX) and Air Tractor have teamed to produce the AT-802U Sky Warden™, an affordable, production-ready aircraft designed for airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and other missions in extreme combat environments. Sky Warden is based on the rugged and capable Air Tractor…
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Sustainable Aviation

The Future of Sustainable Aviation

Responsibility of Airlines and Manufacturers Part I Amsterdam May 13th 2021 — A zero-carbon fleet of passenger planes, that sweet and holy grail of sustainable aviation, came a little closer to reality last month when Airbus revealed the three designs it’s pursuing in its quest to introduce a hydrogen-powered aircraft into its fleet by 2035.  Not…
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Lufthansa Brazil

The Aviation Industry in a new phase

A bright future Nico Bucholz Amsterdam, 5 April 2021– It is very interesting how the large aircraft and engine Original Engine Manufacturers as well as NASA, i.e. the engineering pros, feel they need to do some 5 years worth of fundamental research and development into all the required systems and system components.  And only then…
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Air Summit

Marcelo Sampaio: “Yes we Can”

Amsterdam April 5th 2021– Brazil is about to transform its infrastructure and rebuild the country in what it should become in a relatively short time: the Global Powerhouse in a new world. Far from international chaotic power fights and conflicts itself has been known for. Both our websites eyesonbrasil.com and eyesonsouthernbrasil.com will publish exclusive news items about the Brazilian transformational…
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Airport Santos Dumont

Brazil: Mega-auction of Airports, Ports and Railroads

Correspondent Marcelo Ermel * Amsterdam, April 5th 2021– Wrapped in an avalanche of criticism in and out of  the country for the way it has been leading the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, which causes damage not only in the health area but also in the country’s economy, the Brazilian government is preparing to hold…
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EmbraAer Jet for KLM

Can Brazil provide a Solution for Future European Air Travel?

Amsterdam, March 8th 2021 — Air traffic in Europe has largely come to a standstill. But it is a deceptive silence, because it is brewing with price fighters such as Ryanair and Wizz Air. They order new devices as if there is no crisis at all. As soon as the travel restrictions disappear, they want…
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Container Ships

Covid 19 Hampers the Shipping Industry

Containers return empty to origin Amsterdam, 7 March 2021–Containers that carried millions of Covid 19 protection masks to countries in Africa and South America early in the pandemic remain there, empty and uncollected, because shipping carriers have concentrated their vessels on their most popular routes — those linking North America and Europe to Asia. And…
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