Rolls-Royce has run the first test of the UltraFan technology demonstrator engine. The test was successfully completed using Testbed 80 in Derby, where preparations have been underway since December. The engine maker issued an embargoed press statement on Wednesday...
It’s too early to tell if Boeing’s X-plane demonstrator with the Transonic Truss-Based Wing (TTBW) will be the next Boeing single-aisle airliner, but it certainly has the ingredients for that. There are some challenges that need to be solved first before a...
Boeing has been awarded a contract by NASA to develop and build a demonstrator aircraft for the Transonic Truss-Braced Wing (TTBW) concept. The X-plane demonstrator should be ready for flight tests in 2028 and could pave the way for a new aircraft concept. Boeing gets...
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...
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