Energy management company KULR Technology Group has acquired a vibration reduction capability originally developed to balance helicopter rotors that it plans to expand to “anything that spins,” from electric motors to wind turbines.
China’s XPeng AeroHT has completed the first public flight of its fifth-generation X2 electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, in Dubai, as it prepares to release details of its planned sixth-generation fly/drive vehicle.
The 2022 edition of the National Business Aviation Association’s Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) is the second since COVID-19 first threatened business aviation’s existence then turbocharged the industry’s growth.
Following the September fatal crash of a de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter floatplane in Washington State, the FAA has issued an emergency Airworthiness Directive calling for the immediate visual inspection of the left-hand elevator auxiliary spar.
U.S. regional air travel provider Surf Air Mobility has agreed to the main terms of a $450 million deal with leading turboprop lessor Jetstream Aviation Capital to fund the growth and electrification of its aircraft fleet.
Aviation Week’s newly released Business Aviation Fleet & MRO forecast predicts deliveries of more than 8,700 new business jets and nearly 2,700 turboprops valued at $273.7 billion over the 10-year-period from 2023 through 2032.
U.S. central bank leaders who set interest rate targets for large banks are warning about pain ahead for the economy. It is a price they are willing to pay to get history-making inflation under control, one of their core mandates.
Parker Hannifin has plenty of opportunity to change and improve Meggitt operations while still upholding promises Parker made to the UK government to sustain core Meggitt operations in the country, Parker leaders told Aviation Week.
Sweden’s Heart Aerospace may have moved up to 30 seats to increase the appeal of its planned electric regional airliner, but French startup Aura Aero continues to pursue a 19-seater and has announced letters of intent for another 130 aircraft, taking the total to more than 330.