Through this agreement, JAL will provide its knowledge and experience as an airline to support Boom in developing the aircraft.
Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens have formed a partnership which aims at developing a near-term flight demonstrator which will be a significant step forward in hybrid-electric propulsion for commercial aircraft.
Following an intensive flight test campaign performed in less than a year, the A350-1000 has received Type Certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The certified aircraft is powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-97 engines.
The Chinese-produced large passenger jet, C919, started its first long-distance test flight.
The first A330neo took off this morning at Blagnac in Toulouse, France at 09.57 hrs local time, for its maiden flight taking place over south-western France.
In just six months, the first E-Jet E2 will be delivered to the first customer. In April 2018, an E190-E2 will be handed over to Widerøe of Norway.
Airbus SE and Bombardier Inc. are to become partners on the C Series aircraft programme. A corresponding agreement was signed yesterday.
British Airways has become the first airline worldwide to introduce high-tech remote controlled devices to push back aircraft across its short-haul operation.
Airbus’ A340 laminar-flow “BLADE” test demonstrator aircraft (A340-300 MSN001) has made its successful maiden flight for the EU-sponsored Clean Sky “Blade” project.
Brussels Airport has launched the first phase of works to implement new technology for hold baggage screening. By the September 1, 2022, every airport in the European Union must screen hold baggage according to Baggage Screening Standard 3.