Archer Aviation has unveiled the production version of its eVTOL vehicle, which it hopes to get certified in the second half of 2024 and enter service in 2025. The Midnight is the successor of the Maker demonstrator that has been used for testing. Archer unveils...
Lufthansa has released the first pictures of its new premium cabin products that will be introduced on its Boeing 787-9s, Airbus A350s, 777-9s, and as a retrofit on the 747-8 as well. The new suites and seats are part of a $2.5 billion investment until 2025 in cabins...
Wisk has unveiled the sixth generation of its advanced air mobility (AAM) vehicle. This will be the one that the US company, which is partly owned by Boeing, will offer for certification for future transportation of passengers. As before, Wisk sticks to its philosophy...
Deliveries of the new aircraft are still some two years away, but American Airlines already has unveiled a new premium cabin product for Airbus A321XLRs and Boeing 787-9s that will come in 2024. Called Flagship Suite, American offers a revamp of its Flagship Business...
Eve Air Mobility unveiled the cabin of its eVTOL vehicle on Day 0 of the Farnborough Airshow. The spin-off of Embraer also offered some updates on the design of the vehicle, which should be certified in 2026. The cabin seats the pilot at the front and four passengers...
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