Public-Private Partnerships Invest In Clean Aircraft Technology Programs

hybrid concepts

Boeing’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator for NASA will be a modified MD-90 fuselage fitted with the Transonic Truss-Braced Wing.

Credit: Boeing
Over the next five years, on both sides of the Atlantic, researchers will race to ready a raft of technologies that promise to significantly increase efficiency and reduce emissions for the next generation of single-aisle airliners that could enter service around 2035. Both the European Union’s...
Graham Warwick

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