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Scilly zero-carbon flights bid progresses

Three companies have signed a letter of intent to bring hydrogen-powered flights to the UK’s Isles of Scilly

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DARTeC: A new base for aviation’s digital future

From self-repairing aircraft to inspection robots, the focus at Cranfield University’s new DARTeC facility is firmly on the future, finds Tom Batchelor

Cranfield Airport Deploys Enterprise UTM Platform

Cranfield University’s global research airport in collaboration with Cranfield Airport Operations Limited, is the first aerodrome to deploy GuardianUTM Enterprise

UK’s First Commercial-Scale Electric Aircraft Takes Flight

Cranfield-based ZeroAvia has successfully completed the UK’s first commercial-scale electric flight using a modified Piper M-class six-seater aircraft.