The aviation world is about to dramatically change, moving from conventional power toward electrification. It is a process that has been percolating for several years. The major auto manufacturers have joined Tesla and we will soon have a panoply of electric autos to...
In ten years’ time from now at the Farnborough or Paris Airshows, a new kind of commercial aircraft will most likely be showcased: the hydrogen airliner. At first the size of a regional jet but possibly as a short-haul aircraft too that could be successors to the...
Commercial engine manufacturers can look back on an exciting Paris Air Show, earning some good money. Where the airframers agreed on deals that in most cases need further negotiating, the engine OEM’s received orders sometimes placed with airframers a couple of years...
Airbus and SAS together will study the infrastructure requirements needed for operating hybrid and full-electric aircraft. A Memorandum of Understanding was announced on May 20 in Toulouse. It covers June until late 2020. Contrary to what the press release picture...
Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens have teamed up for an electric aircraft test. The partnership launches E-Fan X hybrid-electric flight demonstrator. Airbus sent this PR note: “Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens have formed a partnership which aims at developing...
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