It’s just the first of many tests, but Rolls-Royce has successfully completed testing direct-burn of hydrogen in a modified aircraft engine. A number of tests were done in early November as part of a joint program with easyJet. Rolls-Royce completes first test with...
easyJet says it will be able to fully reduce carbon emissions per passenger by 2050 thanks to a range of technical and operational measures. Initiatives will get emissions down by 78 percent per passenger per kilometer compared to 2019 levels, with the remaining 22...
If one thing has become clear at last week’s Farnborough Airshow, it was that Rolls-Royce is getting ever-more committed to hydrogen. The engine maker announced a couple of technology developments related to hydrogen as well as hybrid-electric as well as a partnership...
It’s not something you expect: the Chief Technology Officer of Rolls-Royce, Paul Stein, sitting quietly among kids in the UK pavilion at Dubai Expo. But there he was, attending the Rolls-Royce Science, Technology, Education & Maths session to inspire children for...
To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During October, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be missed. 29 – Engine maker CFM has delivered...
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