Travelling between cities using electric vertical take off and landing is an exciting prospect. And, hopefully, it won't be the stuff of science fiction for too long. The good news is it's one of the scenarios being explored by the SESAR GOF 2.0 demonstration project in Estonia.
In other news, Boeing and Alaska Airlines are working together to trial new components for Inmarasat's Iris air traffic management programme. The goal of the programme is to boost the sustainability and safety of air travel by testing the world's most promising technologies.
We're also happy to see further modernisation of European airspaces thanks to satellite navigation technology. Indeed, LVNL has now switched entirely to innovative satellite navigation! Check out the full article here so you can find out more and discover what the implications are.
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