Boeing’s and NASA’s new Blended Wing design

Boeing's and NASA's new Blended Wing design

NASA and Boeing are working together on the development of a new wing design called ”blended wing” to take air… Read More »

Japan attempts first private rocket launch

Japan attempts first private rocket launch

Japan’s first privately-funded rocket took off from a small platform on the northern island of Hokkaido, as a group of… Read More »

Virgin Orbit’s ‘Cosmic Girl’ 747 moves closer to rocket launches

Virgin Orbit's 'Cosmic Girl' 747 moves closer to rocket launches

Virgin Orbit’s modified Boeing 747-400 jumbo jet called “Cosmic Girl,” is back at its home base in Long Beach, Calif.,… Read More »

Australian airports to implement facial recognition technology

Australian airports to implement facial recognition technology

At Australian airports, there will be a new technology launched that will eventually stop known passenger producing their passports when… Read More »

Survey shows significance of in-flight WiFi

Survey shows significance of in-flight WiFi

Satellite communications provider Inmarsat released a research that shows growing demand for in-flight Wi-Fi, with 60% of passengers regarding the service as… Read More »

NASA is Planning to Cut Your Flight Time in Half

NASA is Planning to Cut Your Flight Time in Half

There’s been a clear speed limit of 660 miles per hour on most commercial air travel for almost a half-century.It… Read More »

Head to Head Race: SpaceX’s and Boeing’s First Crewed Missions

Head to Head Race: SpaceX's and Boeing's  First Crewed Missions

SpaceX and Boeing are on track for a head-to-head race to be the first private company to send humans into space… Read More »

Electric Sun Flyer to plan a first flight

Electric Sun Flyer to plan a first flight

Sun Flyer 2 all-electric, proof-of concept trainer has been brought to AirVenture this year by aviation entrepreneur George Bye who… Read More »

Stratos to introduce 714 Jet

Stratos to introduce 714 Jet

The Stratos 714 VLJ has been more than ten years in the making, originating with a conversation between CEO Michael… Read More »

Gulfstream to pass another milestone

Gulfstream to pass another milestone

The Gulfstream G550 has passed another milestone with the 550th model delivered by Gulfstream Aerospace just 14 years after the… Read More »

Navy’s next fighter jet will be designed for Air Dominance

Navy's next fighter jet will be designed for Air Dominance

The Navy is knee deep in an analysis on how best to replace its Super Hornet and Growler aircraft. Though… Read More »

Supersonic Cygnus M3 can be the Future of Commercial Flight

Supersonic Cygnus M3 can be the Future of Commercial Flight

On board the Cygnus M3,  you’d be able to fly from Hong Kong to Los Angeles in just four hours! UK-based innovator… Read More »

Update in SpaceX’s fast rocket reusability efforts

Update in SpaceX's fast rocket reusability efforts

Elon Musk shared some more insight into SpaceX’s path to fast and full rocket reusability at the ISS R&D conference. He… Read More »

FAA to warn airlines rearding electronics in checked bags

FAA to warn airlines rearding electronics in checked bags

Battery pack and heater, Source: FAA As airlines flying into the United States adjust to new, tighter security rules designed to… Read More »

United’s CEO is pushing hard for ATC reform

United's CEO is pushing hard for ATC reform

Oscar Munoz, United Airlines CEO, is leading the charge for air traffic control reform and he is busy recruiting no… Read More »

US ends laptop ban for the remaining airlines and airports

US ends laptop ban for the remaining airlines and airports

The US had already lifted the ban for three major airlines, earlier this month. But late yesterday an official tweeted… Read More »

Airbus claims successful test of unmanned aircraft

Airbus claims successful test of unmanned aircraft

Photo: Successful first flight for UAV demonstrator ‘SAGITTA’. Unmanned jet powered craft flies for 7 minutes, including take-off and landing…. Read More »

U.S. issues readjusted security directive to airlines

U.S. issues readjusted security directive to airlines

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued a revised directive to airlines around the world in response to requests… Read More »

US and Australia to fly hypersonic missiles

US and Australia to fly hypersonic missiles

The US has been working on hypersonic aircraft missiles that could fly at a mile per second.Australia joined the testing process… Read More »

Heathrow Airport introduces AR technology

Heathrow Airport introduces AR technology

Two other UK airports have already embraced augmented reality (AR) technology, with Gatwick using AR to help passengers navigate the… Read More »

The U.S. Air Force Wants Permission to Shoot Down Civilian Drones

The U.S. Air Force Wants Permission to Shoot Down Civilian Drones

When they’re flying over bases and nearly colliding with $250 million fighters. The head of the U.S. Air Force’s Air… Read More »

Titanic prepares to set sail in Belfast

Titanic prepares to set sail in Belfast

Set in the former headquarters and drawing offices of shipbuilder Harland & Wolff, Belfast’s much-anticipated Titanic Hotel has named its… Read More »

Airbus’ pilotless flying electric vehicles

Airbus' pilotless flying electric vehicles

Pilotless aircraft, flying electric vehicles and bespoke air cabins are the future of flight, Airbus said Thursday July 13. Paul… Read More »

Airbus has unveiled the A380plus

Airbus has unveiled the A380plus

Airbus has unveiled plans for an enhanced A380 superjumbo, the “A380plus”, with new large winglets to provide up to 4%… Read More »