Biojet fuel, advanced coatings, and TIPV provide near-term solutions for sustainable aviation

Last month, Boeing announced that its ecoDemonstrator 757 is entering its next phase of testing to improve the environmental performance of its planes and the aviation industry as a whole. On board the 757 is an array of various technologies to help decrease the overall carbon dioxide emissions o...

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