Voici l’histoire du logo de la principale compagnie aérienne française, Air France. Alors que le célèbre hippocampe ou « Pégase à queue de dragon » fait partie intégrante du logo depuis sa création, il a subi de multiples mutations.
So you want a plane with huge lift capability and the wingspan to match, but you also need it to fit through regular airport gates. What do you do? If you're Boeing and the craft is the new 777X, you switch up the game by adding folding wings.
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One century after the start of commercial aviation, HES is joining forces with a variety of partners to pioneer a new form of aerial mobility: quiet and zero carbon, personalised, on-demand, decentralised and economically inclusive of rural communities.
It’s hard to tell what the future will bring. Luckily, some of the brightest and most creative people in the world are designing that future for us. Take a look at some of our favorite recent concept vehicles—ones that both excite our senses and stimulate our imaginations.
La prochaine grande chose dans la technologie des avions devient un cauchemar pour certaines compagnies aériennes
Pratt & Whitney's new PurePower line of geared turbofan engines is the next big thing in airplane tech. For commercial aviation engines, it's supposed to be the biggest step forward in 30 years.
The current third-generation Flying Eye Hospital is an MD-10 cargo aircraft donated to Orbis by FedEx. The aircraft was custom redesigned and fitted with an array of medical equipment using modular technology.
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Though bigger and swankier airports continue to open around the globe every year, the 20-year-old Hong Kong International Airport is still regarded as one of the best -- and most profitable -- aviation facilities in the world.
Boeing rolled out the first 777X-9 on Saturday evening. The aircraft, a first of its kind, is non-flyable and will be used for static testing for strength durability for nearly a year.
Comment les demandes des clients et la numérisation transformeront l'industrie aérospatiale au cours de la décennie
For aerospace, this period of relative calm is about to end as new technology and customer demands begin to reshape the industry’s business model over the next decade. As this wave of mega-disruption sweeps the sector, aerospace manufacturers should heed a key lesson from the airlines.
Since April 2018, Avionics has been profiling one aerospace engineer per week, providing a behind-the-scenes look at everything from the use of artificial intelligence to certify artificial intelligence to the certification of new technologies.
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