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    WATCH | Zimbabwe-born aerospace engineer builds futuristic Airbus plane

    By Zimbabwe Voice Reporter Daniel Atherstone, a young Zimbabwe-born and raised aerospace engineer at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands has successfully designed and tested a futuristic energy-efficient aircraft in a project supported by the airline companies KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Airbus. Atherstone, who attended Lomagundi College in Chinhoyi from 1997 to 2009, is a…

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    Boeing 737 Max is back. Is the world ready for it?

    The US Federal Aviation Administration was expected to finally approve the Max to resume commercial flights on Wednesday, about 20 months after a pair of fatal crashes forced regulators around the globe to ground the once top-selling jet. European regulators are expected to follow suit in coming weeks. This is a major milestone for Boeing and a turning point for…

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    Airbus unveiled plans for zero-emission aircraft

    BY BBC News Aerospace giant Airbus has unveiled plans for what it hailed as the first commercial zero-emission aircraft. It said its hydrogen-fuelled passenger planes could be in service by 2035. Airbus chief executive Guillaume Faury said the three ZERO concept designs marked “a historic moment” for commercial aviation sector”. The use of hydrogen had “the potential to significantly reduce…

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