Boeing is hoping to return the liquid hydrogen-fueled Phantom Eye unmanned aircraft demonstrator to flight this year after the air vehicle suffered damage on landing following its June 1 first flight. The root cause analysis and damage assessment of the Phantom Eye is now near its end, with the final root cause analysis for the nose landing gear failure due next week, says Boeing’s program manager, Andrew Mallow. The problem appears linked to the design of the gear, rather than a ...


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