A group of international researchers has shown in studies how computer simulations can provide information more accurately and faster than traditional physical wind tunnel experiments.
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.
The manufacture of sustainable aircraft is a step closer thanks to an invention from the Saxion University of Applied Sciences in the Dutch city of […]
Worldwide interest in autonomous travel is steadily growing, whether by car or by airplane. However, most people still doubt whether the technologies needed to travel […]