Exploring Cockpit Configurations Inside Next Generation eVTOL Aircraft

Many of the leading eVTOL developers continue generating and testing these novel aircrafts. They have to consider the best way to configure eVTOL cockpits, train operators of these vehicles, and effectively display information to the pilot such as flight mode and battery power levels. Continue reading to learn what the eVTOL cockpit avionics configurations look…

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Washington State Department of Aviation: Adopt An Airport Program

Spring cleaning just got a lot more exciting. Washington State Department of Aviation invites individuals, groups, and organizations to participate in their Adopt An Airport program. With the pandemic causing significant workforce shortages, volunteers are desperately needed. Continue reading to see how this program provides an opportunity to help maintain the 15 state-operated airports and…

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Europe’s Clean Aviation Seeks To Expand Hydrogen Aircraft Research

Europe’s Clean Aviation program is accelerating its hydrogen-powered aircraft development with a €65 million ($70 million) funding call for six projects aimed at refining related technologies. Examples include direct combustion of hydrogen in turbine engines and multi-megawatt fuel cell systems. Continue reading to learn more about how this program is paving the way for the…

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300 New Pilots And Counting…

More than 300 aspiring pilots have earned their pilot certificates with the help of the EAA Ray Aviation Scholarship program, funded by the Ray Foundation. The program, administered through the EAA Chapter network, has received $1.8 million from the Ray Foundation for 2023. Continue reading to learn more about the EAA Ray Aviation Scholarship program…

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Bye Aerospace Reaches Major Milestone In Certification Process For All-Electric eFlyer 2

Bye Aerospace has received FAA approval for its “Means of Compliance for Certification” issue paper. In terms of getting their new aircraft, focused on electric propulsion, certified, this is a significant juncture. They are one step closer to having the world’s first Part 23 Amendment 64 FAA certified fixed wing aircraft. To learn more about…

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IADA Dealers End 2022 On a High, Next Six Months to See Normalizing Markets

The next six months look promising in the aviation sales industry. The International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) predicts a normalized market to come in the next six months based on 2022 market sales. Continue reading to learn more.  While annual business jet resale volume was slightly higher for members of the International Aircraft Dealers Association…

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