Aerospace Aircraft & Propulsion

Jun 17, 2024
European officials have approved an extra fuel tank the A350-1000s Qantas will use for ultra-long-haul flights.
Jun 17, 2024
Energy-storing structure; load-optimized cabin walls; Europe’s flying ship project; and solar fuels take a step forward.
Jun 14, 2024
The FAA and European Union Aviation Safety Agency have updated their eVTOL certification guidance to narrow the gap between their approaches.
Jun 14, 2024
Airlines are on the verge of placing hundreds of orders for widebody jets. Listen in as editors and analysts discuss what’s behind the impending order boom.
Jun 14, 2024
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Jun 17, 2024
Located at Piedmont Triad International Airport, the facility is sized for an initial rate of 33 aircraft per year.
Jun 17, 2024
As Airbus has increasingly globalized the production of its A320-family narrowbodies, the matter of which FAL builds what variant has come into focus.
Jun 13, 2024
Archer Aviation’s Midnight electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) vehicle has completed its first transition flight.
Jun 12, 2024
The global market for sustainable aviation fuel is at a turning point as most of the fuel consumed in 2025 will be under a mandate, SkyNRG says.
Jun 07, 2024
Engineers are exploring potential configurations for the system, which the company hopes to fly in 2027, according to Dominik Strobel, PioneerLab’s program manager.
Jun 06, 2024
The tests of an advanced compressor rig design will mark the completion of two related propulsion technology efforts aimed at next-generation geared turbofans.
Jun 06, 2024
Rome has given the greenlight to Safran's takeover of Microtecnica from RTX after concerns over the supply of components to defense programs were addressed.
Jun 05, 2024
Daher’s board of directors has appointed Didier Kayat as the group’s chairman of the board to succeed Patrick Daher, who is retiring.