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Going green for Covid recovery and supporting long-term sustainability

There has been unified support from voices across the aviation and wider travel and transport industries to the European Commission plans to introduce a ‘Digital

Zero emission ambitions: aircraft of the future and the decarbonisation of the aviation industry

Airbus last year revealed three concepts for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft which could enter service by 2035. These concepts each represent a different

Is this a glimpse into the future of flying? Airbus reveals three zero-emission commercial aircraft concepts that use hydrogen as their primary power source

Airbus has revealed three concepts for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft which could enter service by 2035. These concepts each represent a different approach

Airbus reveals MAVERIC, a disruptive blended wing body scale model technological demonstrator that already has more than six months of testing

Airbus says it is leveraging emerging technologies to pioneer the future of flight and testing disruptive aircraft configurations to evaluate their potential as viable future

Studying migrating bird flying patterns could ultimately change how we fly, but will consumers be convinced over formation flying of commercial airliners?

Understanding how birds fly has been an important part of the development of commercial passenger flying, but Airbus believes flight technology is now mature enough

Alan Joyce teases stretching zones and exercise modifications as Qantas gears up for second of three Project Sunrise research flights

It was 100 years ago this week that the first ever flight from the UK to Australia took off from Hounslow Heath (near today’s London

Qantas reveals its first upgraded A380 as aircraft operates London-Singapore-Sydney scheduled service after its Dresden makeover

Passengers waiting to board QF002 on Monday night in London were hit by a two hour departure delay. The Qantas flight from London to Sydney

British Airways and Airbus bring wings to JPA Design and Williams Advanced Engineering project to develop new lightweight premium aircraft seat

When it comes to understanding aerodynamics then the aviation and Formula 1 industries have a lot in common. Whether it is speed or efficiency, or

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