Ameriflight Makes Aviation History With FAA Approval for Large-Scale Drone Delivery Service in the U.S.

by | May 31, 2023
Dallas-based Ameriflight plans to operate the Matternet M2 drone for commercial delivery—focusing on health care and e-commerce deliveries to customers in dense urban and suburban environments across the country. The approval will enable what Ameriflight calls "the first fully operational, large-scale drone operation in the United States."
Cargo Airline Ameriflight Names New President, Chief Operating Officer
by | Dec 6, 2022

Alan Rusinowitz has been named president and chief operating officer of Ameriflight, the “nation’s largest Part 135 Cargo airline.”

The airline flies about 30 tons of cargo daily, and says it’s a critical part of the UPS, FedEx, and DHL supply chains, according to its website....

Fort Worth’s Aero Design Labs Aims to Help Delta Air Lines Save Fuel, Reduce Carbon Emissions with ‘Drag Reduction Kits’
by | Nov 17, 2022
Using computational fluid dynamics modeling, Aero Design Labs creates a 'high-definition map" of Boeing 737 aircraft. Then it works with partners to develop a drag reduction kit that can save fuel costs and reduce carbon emissions. "Each part of the kit plays a part in capturing and redirecting the airflow, providing a holistic solution to reduce drag," ADL's Chief Commercial Officer Chris Jones told Dallas Innovates.
Flytrex and Brinker Are About to Drop Wings by Drone Into DFW Back Yards
by | Mar 29, 2022
Yariv Bash, co-founder of Israel's SpaceIL, was part of the team behind the 2019 Beresheet moon mission. Now, as co-founder and CEO of Flytrex, he's partnering with Dallas-based Brinker International on drone deliveries of chicken wings to Dallas-Fort Worth back yards and businesses. The launch begins today in Granbury, 30 miles southwest of Fort Worth, with potential plans to expand to "a suburb east of Dallas" as Flytrex' footprint grows.
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After Successful Tests, Exos Awaits License to Launch its Reusable Rocket

by | Jan 24, 2018
The Caddo Mills company expects an FAA Office of Commercial Space Travel launch license determination by Feb. 14, which would allow it to launch at Spaceport America.
he photograph of Earth and rocket are taken from the following NASA's website: http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/photo_gallery/photogallery-earth.html
Exos’ Reusable Rockets Could Mean New Frontier for Biomedical Research
by | Aug 21, 2017
Pending FAA approval, the Caddo Mills company could send the first SARGE rocket into space by the fourth quarter.
Drone Technology Takes Off with Business Users
by | Feb 26, 2016
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drone aircraft, have been used extensively in commercial practice in recent years.