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June 2021 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation

United Airlines Plans Supersonic Passenger Flights by End of Decade

Artist rendering of a United Airlines supersonic passenger aircraft in flight

United Airlines has released plans to buy 15 new supersonic airliners and return supersonic speeds to passenger aviation in 2029. The airline announced on June 3 they will add Overture supersonic aircraft through a commercial agreement with Denver-based aerospace company Boom Supersonic. The deal is conditional on the new aircraft meeting safety standards.

Supersonic flight is achieved when an aircraft travels faster than the speed of sound. Such passenger flights ended in 2003 when Air France and British Airways retired Concorde.

Overture is expected to be the first large commercial aircraft to have net-zero carbon emissions, optimized to run on 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Aircraft are slated to roll out in 2025, fly in 2026, and carry passengers by 2029.

"Aventure Aviation is always excited about innovation in the industry," said sales representative Andrew Crombie. "This will be good for the environment and should create a need for new parts. We will gladly look into diversifying our products for the betterment of our customers, community, and planet."

Aventure Recalls Historic Solar Aircraft Circumnavigation of Earth

Solar Impulse 2 airplane on the tarmac at the Payerne Air Base in Switzerland

Five years ago, Aventure Aviation helped to support the launch of the first circumnavigation flight of the Earth by a piloted fixed-wing aircraft using only solar power. Aventure proudly sponsored several batteries installed on the historic Solar Impulse 2 aircraft.

Solar Impulse is a Swiss long-range experimental solar-powered aircraft project, and the name of the project's two operational aircraft–single-seated monoplanes powered by photovoltaic cells.

The privately financed project was led by Swiss engineer and businessman André Borschberg and Swiss psychiatrist and balloonist Bertrand Piccard, with the goal of bringing attention to clean technologies.

They departed from Abu Dhabi on March 9, 2015, and were scheduled to return in August after a multi-stage journey around the world. During the Japan to Hawaii leg, the aircraft's batteries sustained thermal damage, which took months to replace. They resumed in April 2016, reaching New York City in June, before crossing the Atlantic to Spain. They returned to Abu Dhabi on July 26, 2016 after travelling 26,000 miles over 16 months.

"It's great to see the impact from this historic flight," said Lyly Cao Aventure's government sales representative. "I can't wait to see what Solar Impulse has in store for the future of aviation!"

Solar Impulse 2 in flight over the Egyptian pyramids >

"Show Your Ride" Shows Community Support for Cancer Victims

On display is Robert Tyloch's GreenGo Dodge Challenger TA.

Aventure Aviation was a proud sponsor of the "Show Your Ride For The Ribbons" car show, which took place June 5 in Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA, in support National Cancer Month.

The event was organized by Beyond the Ribbon, a charity established to assist families dealing with cancer in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Proceeds help recipients pay their rent/mortgage, utilities, gas, transportation, meals, prescriptions, and medical supplies.

The show featured over 400 cars, of which various colors were designated to represent different types of cancer. Aventure's own Robert Tyloch participated, showcasing his GreenGo Dodge Challenger TA to draw attention to liver cancer.

Awards were given in categories such as Best in Show, Ironshield Choice, People's Choice, Top 15, Kids Choice, and Survivors Choice. There was a raffle, silent auction, and activities for children.

"It was a great opportunity to combine my love for cars, helping others, and passion for my work," said Robert. "Aventure is always stressing the importance of giving back to the community."

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Upcoming Evernts

Access to Capital: Finance, Foreign Sales, and Foreseen Risks
Tuesday, June 22, 2021
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Air Carriers Purchasing Conference (ACPC)
September 11–14, 2021 | Atlanta Marriott Marquis
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

History this monthJune 14, 1919 The first direct non-stop crossing of the Atlantic by airplane is made by British Aviators John Alcock and Arthur Whitten-Brown. They flew a modified First World War Vickers "Vimy" bomber from St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada, to Clifden, Ireland. The 1,950 mile journey took 16 hours and 27 minutes.

Quote of the monthOnce you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.”

— Leonardo da Vinci

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