Raytheon Technologies announced today the successful first engine run of the company’s regional hybrid-electric flight demonstrator, marking a key milestone towards flight testing, targeted to begin in 2024. The propulsion system’s initial run occurred at...
This morning Rolls-Royce announced it has completed building and is preparing to test its UltraFan® technology demonstrator. The demonstrator engine was transported from the build workshop and into Testbed 80 in Derby, UK, where it was mounted in preparation for...
The case for the MAX7 and MAX10 being grandfathered under the MAX8 and MAX9 certifications is straightforward. Any physical changes will lead to uncommon flight decks and additional training for pilots. And, to be clear, this will impact safety – pilots...
It’s that time of the year – things should be slowing down. But at Airbus and Boeing, the next two weeks remain busy. It’s the last few work days to win the crucial annual orders and delivery race. What’s the score to date? As of December...
The future zero-emission fuel for aviation is hydrogen. At least, that’s the view of HySky Society, a new US lobby group that was formed this year. But whereas in some regions of the world like Europe and Japan, hydrogen is ‘hot’, HySky thinks that...
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