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Airbus makes moves on ‘extra-performing’ wing development
Future of Aviation

Airbus has launched an “extra-performing” demonstrator project that is set to test aircraft wings that can reconfigure during flight and reduce emissions. Unveiled at the Airbus summit this week – focused on sustainable aviation – the project will undergo research to test technologies that can improve wing performance for future aircraft. The European planemaker will

Eve, industry groups launch air-taxi initiative in Brazil
Future of Aviation

  As Brazil climbs out of the COVID-19 crisis, Embraer’s Eve will lead industry groups to introduce air-taxis into South America, as the nation commits to zero-carbon flying. Eve Urban Air Mobility – a spin-off from Embraer – and partners will provide the first test simulation of Eve’s electrical vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) jet

Embraer’s flying taxi partners with Kenya Airways
Future of Aviation

Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions (Eve) signed the Memorandum of Understanding with Fahari Aviation, Kenya Airways’ subsidiary yesterday, according to Embraer.

Electric air race set for next year, first Pulitzer Trophy since 1925
Future of Aviation

The NAA, the oldest not-for-profit aviation organisation in the United States, will award the winner a trophy on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington.

Boeing commits to ‘transparency’ in its first sustainability report
Future of Aviation

Boeing has pledged to reveal how much carbon emissions (CO2) its jets generate over their lifespan and deliver commercial aircraft running on 100 per cent Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) by 2030.

De Havilland Canada to produce hybrid-electric Dash 8 aircraft demonstrator
Future of Aviation

De Havilland Canada has announced a new partnership Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) to integrate hybrid-electric technology into a De Havilland Canada Dash 8-100 flight demonstrator.

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