The Praetors are aircraft certainly in keeping with their name, leading the way in redefining the characteristics of what a midsize and super-midsize aircraft deliver to the market.
Pollution and sustainability are huge issues in the aviation industry, and they always have been. However, there’s another voice chanting for change.
“This is a pivotal moment,” said General Manager of the Advanced Turboprop program Paul Corkery. “We now have a working engine. We are moving from design and development to the next phase of the program, ending with certification.”
Lilium was created with one purpose in mind – to build the first ever fully electric VTOL jet. They've just completed their first test flight.
Zunum Aero aims to cut flying costs by 50% with hybrid-electric propulsion, to “pave the way to a golden era of fast and affordable electric air travel.”
Airbus’s latest innovation is a Hybrid VTOL Vehicle that can combine four rotors for vertical takeoff & a propeller that allows it to fly like an aircraft.
The world’s largest aircraft, the Airlander is a truly magnificent beast measuring 92m long by 34m wide, and 26m in height giving it unparalleled space.
Airbus have announced the unthinkable and stated their desire to introduce flying taxis within five years.
The Icon A5 is arguably one of the safest aircraft and employs an anti-spin feature which stops the aircraft from spinning out of control should it stall.
The AW609 Tiltrotor will fuse the finest aspects of a fixed-wing aircraft and a helicopter into one vehicle, allowing for much greater flexibility.
The Trifan 600 is a model which combines the comfort, range, and speed of a typical business jet with the convenience that comes with flying a helicopter.
Brilliant students from around the world pitch era-defining concepts in Airbus' annual Fly Your Ideas competition. Here are the top 5 entries.