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Investor confidence key to eVTOL public support, study finds
Business Aviation

A recent study conducted by Horizon Aircraft has unveiled growing confidence among global professional investors in the burgeoning electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) industry. This research, capturing insights from investors across Japan, the US, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, reveals a strong belief that public support for eVTOL aircraft will notably increase

Northrop Grumman unveils ‘supersonic aircraft’ project
Future of Aviation

The aircraft will be designed to carry up to 80 passengers at twice the speed of currently deployed platforms, with the potential to support government and military missions requiring rapid response.

Airbus taps Spirit AeroSystems to build eVTOL wing
Future of Aviation

Airbus has awarded its longstanding partner Spirit AeroSystems to build the wing of its CityAirbus NextGen “flying taxi” aircraft. CityAirbus is the planemaker’s subsidiary and is building an all-electric, four-seater vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft as part of reducing congestion in major cities. It comes as the rising aircraft concept is set to enter service

Airbus leads hydrogen fuel collaboration with Australia
Future of Aviation

As part of the MOU, the companies are expected to study the challenges of hydrogen regulations, supply, infrastructure and fuelling for aviation, ranging from the production of hydrogen to its delivery to airports and transfer on-board aircraft. 

United Airlines operates commercial flight on 100% SAF in 1 engine

It carried 500 gallons of SAF and the same amount of common jet fuel in the other engine to prove there are “no operational differences,” according to the Chicago-based carrier.

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


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