SEOUL—Dutch carrier KLM has teamed up with Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) to work on a wide-fuselage long-haul concept aircraft, known as the Flying-V, which would carry 314 passengers. KLM president & CEO Pieter Elbers and TU Delft aerospace-engineering faculty dean Henri Werij signed a cooperation agreement June 3 on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Seoul. The V-shape design long-haul aircraft would be powered by two rear-mounted turbofan engines, with the wings ...

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