Air Transport Aircraft & Propulsion

Apr 30, 2021
A Middle East SAF project yields food-producing side benefits.
Apr 26, 2021
Following steady growth in commercial air travel and growing demand in the military aircraft market over previous years, it seemed like 2020 would be…
Apr 20, 2021
The airline industry is keeping and, in some instances, raising its commitments to the environment through technologies, sustainable aviation fuels and improved operations and infrastructure.
Apr 20, 2021
It’s many a year now since engineering products were simply manufactured and sold, sometimes with a guarantee. Nowadays however, make a sale of such…
Jun 17, 2021
Qantas is expanding its agreement with Australia’s Alliance Airlines to increase the amount of regional jet capacity provided by Alliance.
Jun 16, 2021
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency has joined forces with the country’s commercial aviation industry to pursue joint research and development of supersonic aircraft technology with the goal of securing a role on a future international program.
Jun 16, 2021
Pratt senior fellow Michael Winter says there is potential for mega-cities to produce sustainable aviation fuels from garbage and waste using Fischer-Tropsch plants.
Jun 15, 2021
GE Aviation and Safran want to widen the field of possibilities as they have to meet the needs of two competing airframers—something CFM has consistently managed to do with one family of engines and customized versions.
Jun 15, 2021
Airbus is making progress toward A321XLR flight tests in 2022 and is confident about the certification process.
Jun 15, 2021
KAI said its next-generation transport aircraft could be developed by 2031 with maritime patrol and civilian airliner derivatives following later in the decade.
Jun 15, 2021
The manufacturer aims to prepare for the next generation of aircraft, planned to be introduced by 2035.
Jun 14, 2021
Let the record show that not once through the whole COVID-19 pandemic did the aerospace and defense industry ever believe the long-term prospects of the sector were in doubt.