Aircraft & Propulsion

By Jens Flottau
Embraer is introducing an automatic takeoff function onto its E2 family of passenger jets, leading to much-enhanced range capabilities from short runways.
Farnborough Airshow

By Guy Norris
Speaking at Farnborough Airshow, Boom founder and CEO Blake Scholl shared plans to begin full-scale core tests of its Overture airliner's Symphony engine in 18 months.
Farnborough Airshow

The Radia WindRunner is specifically designed to transport the largest and most efficient wind turbine blades and components directly to wind farm sites.
Farnborough Airshow

By Guy Norris
Safran will provide the electrical power generation system for the Boeing X-66A aircraft, which forms part of NASA's Sustainable Flight Demonstrator project.
Farnborough Airshow

NASA Test Pilot Nils Larson spoke to Aviation Week about the space agency's mission to develop a "quiet" supersonic aircraft.
Business Aviation

By Guy Norris
Pratt says the engine developed for the company’s Hybrid-Electric Propulsion (HEP) flight demonstrator has run at full power for the first time.
Farnborough Airshow

We take a look at how the static display at Farnborough Airshow's ground crews handle the arrival and positioning of aircraft for the static display.
Farnborough Airshow

By Guy Norris
Airbus Helicopters has selected a hybrid-electric propulsion system to be developed by Pratt & Whitney Canada and Collins Aerospace for its H145-based PioneerLab technology demonstrator.
Farnborough Airshow

By Graham Warwick
From uncrewed vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft to heavy-lift tiltwings, Sikorsky’s family of systems shares common components.
Farnborough Airshow

By Graham Warwick
Heat exchanger for hydrogen engines; conformal LH2 tank; fuel system for LH2; and fuel-cell powertrain tested.
Emerging Technologies

By Thierry Dubois
Jekta has selected ZeroAvia to develop a hydrogen-electric, fuel-cell-powered version of its PHA-ZE 100 amphibian, originally designed to rely on batteries.
Farnborough Airshow

By Guy Norris
RTX companies Collins Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney have achieved sustained turbogenerator operation in its STEP-Tech demonstrator, marking a key milestone.
Farnborough Airshow

By Guy Norris
RTX’s strategic push toward more sustainable hybrid-electric aviation is accelerating with key advances in motor, motor-generator and control technologies.
Farnborough Airshow

By Jens Flottau
Boeing is starting to see significant flow improvements in 737 MAX production, Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Stephanie Pope said ahead of Farnborough Airshow.
Farnborough Airshow

By Robert Wall
Rolls-Royce is preparing for growing demand from the freighter market thanks to the Airbus A350F and A330P2F programs.
Farnborough Airshow

By Robert Wall
Customer complaints and a desire to boost performance are driving a series of enhancements into the widebody engine family.
Farnborough Airshow

By Michael Bruno
Tier 1 and 2 aerospace supplier Triumph Group has unveiled a new set of high-level managers.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Thierry Dubois
The Airbus A321XLR equipped with CFM Leap 1A engines has received its type certification from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency.
Farnborough Airshow

By Steve Trimble
The uncertainty for the Next-Generation Air Dominance program opens new doors for the F-22 fleet, which was once threatened with replacement.
Budget, Policy & Operations

Alex Krutz
Manufacturers need to update operational capabilities and schedules to manage the commercial aircraft industry through its supply and demand misalignment.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Daniel Williams
This week’s Flight Friday looks at how the Rolls-Royce-powered Boeing 787s are faring in terms of utilization.
AWIN Knowledge Center

By Sean Broderick
Word from Hexcel that it is cutting full-year guidance based largely on lower commercial production rates could be a harbinger, analyst commentary suggests.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Ben Goldstein, Alan Dron
Saudia Group has firmed an order for 50 Lilium Jets and taken options for 50 more.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Graham Warwick
Radia has tapped European aerostructures suppliers Aernnova and Leonardo to develop the airframe for its WindRunner turbine-blade transporter.
Farnborough Airshow

By Garrett Reim
A test to see if spacecraft can fly in very low Earth orbit will come in 2027. The orbit has intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance advantages.
Space