Within a year, secure and accurate laser communication between airplanes and satellites will be possible. This is thanks to a pan-European project called UltraAir.
In Hamburg, scientists are working on an overall concept for the aviation of the future to provide a cost-effective and efficient supply of hydrogen to the Airbus site.
Airbus has presented three concepts for the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft, which could be in service by 2035.
Dutch research institute TNO will supply key optical equipment for the European Sentinel-5 satellite, which will monitor the earth's atmosphere for air pollution and emissions from 2022 onwards.
Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager who is fighting against climate change, is triggering mixed reactions among the general public. However, this is certainly not the […]
Commuting by small plane? Or get on an air taxi in Blankenese to quickly get to Fuhlsbüttel Airport? That could be the future of air […]
HAMBURG, 25 November 2018 – Aircraft noise is a frequent nuisance, especially for residents in the neighbourhoods of large airports. Although the problem is far […]
Airbus APWorks embarks the Additive Industries Beta Programme with the order of the first MetalFAB1 system. Additive Industries is the Eindhoven based 3D metal printing start-up; Airbus APWorks […]