Boom Supersonic has announced it has closed US$100 Million to further develop its new supersonic aircraft, which now has been named as well.
LG Electronics and Lufthansa Technik have announced to establish a joint venture for aircraft displays and systems.
Zephyr Airworks and Air New Zealand stated, that both parties have signed an agreement to work collaboratively on the first autonomous electric air taxi service.
Laflamme Aero Inc., a company based in Quebec, Canada, announced the successful conclusion of a first series of flight tests for the LX300 drone.
A team of Airbus engineers has developed a kite for transportation ships, with the aim to lower emissions. Now, Airbus has released that it will use the SeaWing on its own transportation ships first.
Air New Zealand has announced, that it will partner up with 3D aircraft printing company Zenith Tecnica to explore new innovations and processes.
European manufacturer Airbus has stated, that the market for commercial aircraft services will surge in the coming 20 years.
A new collaboration between Bell and Safran has been established. The companies seek to share their vision for future air taxi and VTOL systems.
Lufthansa Technik is testing the future at its Malta facilities. The company is planning to establish further innovation bays at other locations.