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Airbus A380 powered by hydrogen batteries will take off in 2026

The world's largest aircraft manufacturer Airbus recently announced that it is developing a hydrogen fuel battery engine.  They plan to test the technology on the largest commercial aircraft ever to fly in the sky.

The world\'s largest aircraft manufacturer Airbus recently announced that it is developing a hydrogen fuel battery engine.  They plan to test the technology on the largest commercial aircraft ever to fly in the sky.

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Indonesia relaunches Multiple Entry Visa

Indonesia has relaunched its multiple-entry visa program which was suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Indonesia has relaunched its multiple-entry visa program which was suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Etihad Airways tests 1st Eco-flights in COP27

Flights in the "Greenliner" program of Etihad Airways (UAE) are considered a testing ground for sustainable air travel solutions.

Flights in the "Greenliner" program of Etihad Airways (UAE) are considered a testing ground for sustainable air travel solutions.

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Japan Airlines makes the 1st zero-emissions Flight in Japan

On November 18, Japan Airlines operated the first zero-emissions flight in the country with using sustainable aviation fuel or SAF.

On November 18, Japan Airlines operated the first zero-emissions flight in the country with using sustainable aviation fuel or SAF.

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UK issues first Spaceport license

On November 16, the British Government granted the license for the first spaceport, paving the way for the country's first satellite launch this year.

On November 16, the British Government granted the license for the first spaceport, paving the way for the country\'s first satellite launch this year.

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Drone Taxi is firstly tested in normal air traffic condition

German technology company Volocopter recently tested an drone taxi for the first time in normal air traffic condition.

German technology company Volocopter recently tested an drone taxi for the first time in normal air traffic condition.

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Korea reopens International Flights to Japan and Taiwan

Korea reopens international flights to Japan and Taiwan. Flights from Seoul's Gimpo International Airport to Japan's Osaka city and Taiwan's Taipei city will resume later this week, after being suspended for 2 years and 7 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Korea reopens international flights to Japan and Taiwan. Flights from Seoul\'s Gimpo International Airport to Japan\'s Osaka city and Taiwan\'s Taipei city will resume later this week, after being suspended for 2 years and 7 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Americans' demand for European Travel is booming

Thanks to the strong appreciation of the US dollar against the euro and the pound, the demand for European travel by American tourists boomed during the summer and continued extend into the fall. This has boosted revenue for US airlines and encouraged them to increase capacity for flights to Europe.

Thanks to the strong appreciation of the US dollar against the euro and the pound, the demand for European travel by American tourists boomed during the summer and continued extend into the fall. This has boosted revenue for US airlines and encouraged them to increase capacity for flights to Europe.

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Asian Airlines are busy again

As countries in Northeast Asia reopen one by one, flights to this region are also increased by many airlines.

As countries in Northeast Asia reopen one by one, flights to this region are also increased by many airlines.

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Global Superyacht industry booms despite recession

As of January, there were 1,024 superyachts under construction or on order - 25% increase over the same period last year.

As of January, there were 1,024 superyachts under construction or on order - 25% increase over the same period last year.

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