Aviation Week & Space Technology

Aviation Week & Space Technology, March 28, 2016

As commercial aviation looks to become ever more fuel-efficient, researchers are exploring unusual configurations for future airliners. On the cover, engineer Greg Gatlin prepares a truss-braced wing model for wind tunnel tests at NASA’s Ames Research Center. NASA photo by Dominic Hart. Also: Russia’s 10-year space plan | Ultra-long-haul airline flights | Supersonic transport start-up

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