The aviation industry is on an ever-increasing quest to build batteries that are big enough for planes to fly on clean electricity. To limit climate change, the need to electrify everything including air travel is increasing.
Aircraft have always flown with a whining buzz due to moving parts like turbine blades, propellers, or fans over 100 years. Now a nearly silent, drone-size aircraft has been built and flown by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineers… Continue Reading →
The future potential of solar and electric engineering in aviation is definitely exhilarating. And, some of the new and ongoing projects that are taking place could make a huge impact on the private charter market in near future.
A 2000-strong fleet of supersonic jets linking hundreds of destinations across the planet in just a matter of hours would soon be a close reality. The new-generation supersonic aircraft at Mach 2.2 would cut flight times in half.
The Pilatus PC-24 is wonderfully unique, and the world’s first and only Super Versatile Jet (SVJ). The private jet under the SVJ category has been designed for off-road compatibility from the very beginning.
A new aeroplane developed by U.K. start-up Samad Aerospace and named as Starling Jet takes off and lands like a helicopter and can be functioned as an ambulance.