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John L. Plueger

Chief Executive Officer and President – A Portrait AF Amsterdam, July 5th 2021–John L. Plueger is Chief Executive Officer, President, and Member of the Board of Directors of Air Lease Corporation.  Air Lease Corporation is a leading aircraft leasing company principally engaged in purchasing commercial aircraft and leasing them to its valued airline customers worldwide.…
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GE Aviation Sustainable Aviation Fuel

GE Aviation CEO Talks About Sustainable Aviation Fuel

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Aviation Today Amsterdam, June 27th, 2021 — John Slattery, CEO of GE Aviation was interviewed for the latest edition of Eurocontrol’s Aviation StraightTalk Live and spoke about SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel) in the future of the aviation industry. A new development program focusing on sustainable technologies for a next-generation CFM engine…
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Sustainable Aviation University of Waterloo Canada

Sustainable aviation: New Institute at Canadian University

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Skiesmag Amsterdam, June 21st, 2021 — Public University of Waterloo opens a new institute focused on facing the challenges that threaten the sustainability of the aviation and aerospace sector. In order to stand up to the aviation social, environmental and economic sector challenges, the Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics (WISA) was…
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Boeing 737 MAX 10 Inauguration Flight

The first flight of Boeing 737 MAX 10

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Simple Flying Amsterdam, June 19th, 2021 – The Boeing aircraft 737 MAX 10 made its first flight on June 18th, 2021. The inaugural flight of Boeing 737 MAX took place at the Municipal Airport of Renton (RMT) and it happened in a very different way, if compared to inaugural flights of…
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Bombardier C Series

Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer cease disputes

By: Maycol Vargas Source: CNN Amsterdam, June 16th, 2021 – Due to the request of countries wanting to protect themselves from Chinese competition, disputes between Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer come to an end. Two disputes in the World Trade Organization come to an end. The countries involved in the dispute between the aircraft manufacturers…
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Embraer and GrandView Aviation sign contract.

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Embraer Amsterdam, June 12, 2021 – Embraer and GrandView Aviation, a company that has offices at Martin State Airport and Austin-Bergstom International Airport, signed a contract for the conversion of the Phenom 300MED STC (Supplementary Type Certificate) aircraft. The announcement came from Embraer itself on June 10th. The conversion will be…
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Airbus and the Sustainable Aviation Fuel

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Airbus e Asian Aviation Amsterdam, June 9, 2021 — Airbus Helicopters has called on all aviation industry stakeholders to join the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAF). Through the creation of a Sustainable Aviation Fuel user group, Airbus Helicopters is trying to bring the industry together to boost the implementation of…
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eVTOL

Eve and Helisul partners to develop products and services in Brazil

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Embraer Amsterdam, June 7, 2021 — Eve and Helisul announce partnership to develop Urban Air Mobility products and services in Brazil, with initial order for up to 50 eVTOLs. Eve Urban Air Mobility, EmbraerX’s first spin-off, and Helisul Aviation, one of Latin America’s largest helicopter operators, announced partnership that will focus…
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Qatar Airways Boeing 777-9

Qatar Airway: Priority for Low Emission Aircraft.

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Simple Flying Amsterdam, June 2, 2021 — Qatar Airways Company Q.C.S.C. connects over 150 international destinations and is present in America, Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania and has a fleet of over 200 aircraft. Qatar’s state-owned airline, based at the Qatar Airways Tower in Doha, says that low-emission aircraft should be…
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Rolls Royce Opening Testbed 80

Rolls-Royce: largest aerospace testbed

By: Maycol Vargas, Source: Rolls-Royce The test site, which is called Testbed 80, was designed to carry out tests on the most efficient aeronautical engines of today, as well as even more sustainable propulsion systems in the future. Rolls-Royce, which is the world’s second-largest aero engine manufacturer, officially inaugurated the Testbed 80, the world’s largest…
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