NTSB upheld FAA''s authority to regulate use of drones
Aerospace Technology, 18 hours ago
The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has upheld the Federal Aviation Administration''s (FAA) authority to regulate commercial use of unmanned air vehicles (UAV) in national airspace.
GKN Aerospace and partners to develop futuristic wing technologies
Aerospace Technology, 18 hours ago
GKN Aerospace has announced it will work with a group of 13 partners to develop futuristic wing technologies.
US universities to develop technologies for Nasa's future exploration missions
Aerospace Technology, 18 hours ago
Nasa has awarded early stage innovation grants to 11 universities to work on technologies that will help the agency on future science and human exploration missions.
Airbus to build five Beluga transport aircraft
Aerospace Technology, November 19, 2014
Airbus has announced plans to develop five new Beluga transport aircraft, to transport large aircraft components.
Airbus Defence and Space to build service module for Orion capsule
Aerospace Technology, November 19, 2014
The European Space Agency (ESA) has selected Airbus Defence and Space as the prime contractor for service module on US space capsule, Orion.
PPG Aerospace Supplying Production and Spare Windows for Embraer KC-390
Aerospace Technology, November 18, 2014
PPG Industries' aerospace transparencies group is designing windshields for the KC-390 military transport aircraft.
Airbus seeks patent for futuristic doughnut-shaped aircraft design
Aerospace Technology, November 18, 2014
Airbus has come up with a futuristic doughnut-shaped aircraft design, which is said to address problems associated with pressurised cabins.
Final assembly of Nasa''s Next Mars lander begins at Lockheed Martin
Aerospace Technology, November 18, 2014
Nasa''s InSight Mars lander spacecraft has entered the assembly, test and launch operations phase of its development at Lockheed Martin clean room near Denver in Colorado, US.
Boeing tests new technologies to improve aircraft efficiency
Aerospace Technology, November 18, 2014
Boeing has started flight testing more than 25 new technologies, designed to improve aircraft efficiency.
Demand for new aircraft in Latin America and Caribbean to reach 2,300 by 2033, says Airbus
Aerospace Technology, November 17, 2014
A report by Airbus has forecast that the Latin America and Caribbean regions will require around 2,300 new airliners by 2033, driven by strong economy and expected air traffic growth.
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