Etihad Airways unveiled the latest iteration of its Business Class product today, presenting the new suites that will go on newly built Boeing 787s later this year first and become available as a retrofit later. The airline also showed a new Economy Class seat for the...
Pratt & Whitney, MTU Aero Engines, GKN Aerospace, Collins Aerospace, and Airbus are joining forces in a consortium to research and develop a new, sustainable and efficient turbofan engine concept that could become available around the mid-2030s. It’s probably not...
FULLY UPDATED – Boom Supersonic has radically redesigned the Overture passenger aircraft. From the Concorde look-a-like that was unveiled in late 2016/early 2017, Overture has now changed the overall aerodynamic concept. The new design has been unveiled at a...
Pratt & Whitney and Collins Aerospace intend to enter the market for electric propulsion systems for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) vehicles. The two companies, both part of Raytheon, have launched a technology demonstrator project for a 1 MW electric motor, they...
H55 Switzerland, a spin-off from the Solar Impulse project, has been involved in four different electric aircraft programs over the last 18 years. The company will now collaborate with Pratt & Whitney Canada, Collins Aerospace and DeHavilland Canada on the...
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