Robin pilots warned over carbon monoxide risk from swapped heater ducts
Operators of Robin DR400 light aircraft are being warned that a possible misfitting of ducts on the type could lead to the pilot becoming intoxicated by carbon monoxide ingestion.
Jet fuel produced from food waste could dramatically cut emissions, study finds
US National Renewable Energy Laboratory researchers find sustainable fuel could reduce greenhouse gas emissions up to 165 per cent.
UK losing more than 5,000 aviation jobs a month, research says
In total, more than 60,000 UK jobs have been scrapped
Leonardo's Lynx Celebrates 50th Anniversary
Leonardo’s Lynx helicopter turned 50 this month. The aircraft made its first flight on March 21, 1971, from the Westland plant in Yeovil, UK, and featured technologies new at the time including blades from the British Experimental Rotor Program (BERP). A modified Lynx broke the world rotorcraft speed record on August 11, 1986, clocking a forward speed of 216 knots.
Next steps on proposed changes to arrival routes into London Luton Airport
Almost four months of public consultation regarding proposed changes to arrival routes into London Luton Airport (LLA) have now ended.