The current flying car prototype AeroMobil 3.0 incorporates significant improvements and upgrades. It is now being tested in real flight conditions since October 2014. Initially certified by the Slovak Federation of Ultra-Light Flying, it now entered a regular flight-testing program.
The AeroMobil 3.0 prototype is very close to the final product. It is predominantly built from the same materials as the final product, such as advanced composite materials for the body shell, wings, and wheels. It also contains all the main features that will be incorporated into the final product, such as avionics equipment, autopilot and an advanced parachute deployment system.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), today introduced an all-new family of business jets: the Gulfstream G500 and G600. The two new aircraft optimize speed, wide-cabin comfort and efficiency to offer customers best-in-class performance with advanced safety features.
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Airbus A350-941 F-WZGG making a VERY short field landing, arriving at Cotswold Airport (EGBP) April 2014 – The first landing of an A350 in the United Kingdom.
Using a specially developed camera mount fixed to a runway light, this ‘up-close and personal’ perspective gives a very different view to the short field landing of the new Airbus A350 at Cotswold Airport (Kemble), when it arrived for a period of flight testing at the airport on the 9th April 2014.
The validation of Airbus’ A350 XWB in various climatic conditions continued with a hot weather campaign during June at Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates. These evaluations utilized the no. 3 developmental A350 XWB, designated MSN003.
In order to achieve certification, the 787-9 was subjected to a crosswinds test that required flight test engineers on “wind watch” to scour the globe looking for airports with properly windy conditions.
More than 100 years after the first flight of the Wright Brothers, GE Aviation in Dayton, Ohio, will help power the next-generation of aircraft: unmanned vehicle