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United Airlines Promotes Michael Leskinen to CFO

    United Airlines has appointed Michael Leskinen as its new Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President. The announcement also confirms Leskinen’s inclusion into United’s Executive Team.

    East Midlands Airport: A Pivotal Player in the Region’s Hydrogen Revolution

      The hydrogen economy is gaining traction, and East Midlands Airport (EMA) is ready to embrace it. The airport is part of a ground-breaking partnership that aims to propel the East Midlands into a sustainable future powered by hydrogen. Dubbed “East Midlands Hydrogen,” the alliance is set to provide a new 100% hydrogen pipeline that promises to bring economic and environmental gains to the region.

      9/11: Marking a Somber Anniversary with Gratitude and Hope

        The aviation industry ultimately recovered from the 9/11 attacks, just as they are beginning to recover from the impact of COVID-19. Aviation is as resilient as it is essential. That is why we must ensure it is sustainable for future generations.

        UK’s Future in Hydrogen-Powered Aviation: Accelerating Zero Carbon Flight

          Hydrogen’s potential as the future fuel for aviation is no longer a distant dream, thanks to the formation of the Hydrogen in Aviation (HIA) alliance. This collaboration of critical stakeholders—easyJet, Rolls-Royce, Airbus, Ørsted, GKN Aerospace, and Bristol Airport—aims to advance zero-carbon aviation in the UK.

          PriestmanGoode and Lantal Join Forces to Lead Aviation towards a Net Zero Future

            PriestmanGoode (PG) and Lantal have combined their innovative strengths. This collaboration showcases the infinite potential of digital processes in reducing manufacturing waste. Lantal’s award-winning DIGITAL DEEP DYEING technology has allowed PG to craft three exceptional carpet designs in three distinct colorways.