Aircraft

Charting the trends – big is said to be beautiful, but in aviation terms that is only really valid in the good times

They say ‘big is beautiful’ and we cannot deny that the Jumbo Jet, the Boeing 747, has an affinity with travellers, becoming popularly known as

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

Is it a bird or is it a plane? Airbus tests new ‘flapping’ wing-tips onboard AlbatrossOne scale-model

No, it is not April Fool’s Day, aerospace giant Airbus really has developed a scale-model aeroplane with the first in-flight, flapping wing-tips that could ultimately

KLM joins forces with TU Delft to develop sustainable solution for the industry with new thoughts on aircraft design

Sustainability has, and will remain, a major talking point for aviation. You could not escape the subject during the International Air Transport Association (IATA) AGM

The value of aircraft orders – it is all a tale of smoke and mirrors

A rumoured Emirates Airline follow-up Airbus A380 order failed to materialise at the Dubai Air Show and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) carrier selected the

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