NASA has selected Pratt & Whitney to develop new combustor technologies for engines that could be used on future single-aisle passenger aircraft. The program focuses on the compatibility of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) in advanced combustors in small-core...
General Electric (GE Aerospace) has reached an important technical milestone with the hybrid-electric power system that is part of its zero emissions roadmap. It successfully ran tests at NASA’s Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT) in Sandusky (Ohio) with a 1 MW,...
Pratt & Whitney has been selected by NASA to participate in the Sustainable Flight National Partnership (FSNP) program. The OEM will develop advanced high-pressure turbine technologies for use in the next generation of single-aisle commercial aircraft. P&W...
NASA has awarded two contracts to GE Aviation and MagniX to develop electric propulsion systems for use on future commercial aircraft programs. The agency said on September 30 that the two have been selected to join the Electric Powertrain Flight Demonstration (EPFD)...
On its roadmap to the next generation of US single-aisle commercial airliners that should become available by the early 2030s, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) wants to have a full-scale technology demonstrator ready for the first flight in...
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