The CFM International RISE (Revolutionary Innovation for Sustainable Engines) Technology Demonstration Program was launched on June 14, 2021. Program goals include reducing fuel consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by more than 20% compared to today’s most...
UPDATE – Rolls-Royce is stepping up its efforts to develop an aero engine that can run on hydrogen. The UK airframer will start ground testing hydrogen on two existing engines, with the long-term aim to have a powerplant for small to medium-sized aircraft...
Airbus is planning to apply for funding from the new Clean Aviation program to develop a successor to the wing program that is currently tested on a C295 testbed. The follow-on program should research wings for future hybrid-electric or hydrogen airliners. Airbus...
Airbus will establish a new entity of its UpNext innovation subsidiary and a third Zero Emission Development Center (ZEDC) in Spain to help develop the future generation of hydrogen airliners, it announced on December 10. The two units strengthen the position of...
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...
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