Airbus, the European aircraft manufacturer, has just introduced their latest innovations. We decided to take a look at three of them: a vacuum trash compactor, a smart label, and connected glasses.

  • ATR: Repowering, and Japanese market in their sights

    The European regional aircraft manufacturer ATR, is currently considering a repowering of their two turboprop aircraft, and would also like to increase their penetration into the Japanese market.

  • Boeing KC-46 Pegasus: US Air Force’s future tanker

    Boeing’s KC-46 Pegasus has just completed its maiden flight. The United States Air Force's future tanker, will eventually replace the ageing KC-135 Stratotanker. A small comparison is required to find out what its asset are.

  • ENAC instructor is World Precision Flying Champion

    Meet Damien Vadon an ENAC (the French National School of Civil Aviation) instructor and the world precision flying champion, who at 36, trains student pilots and instructors in teaching the discipline.

  • Berlin International Airport’s construction site fiasco

    Begun in 1996, construction of the future Berlin International Airport, intended to replace the German capital’s two other airports, has once again been suspended. We take a look at this interminable saga, hardly ever out of the headlines.

  • What is the ceiling of an aircraft?

    Each type of aircraft has its own certified ceiling. But what is the ceiling of an aircraft ? Find the answer at the end of the video.

  • Boeing changes over to Chinese local time

    On the occasion of the state visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to the United States, Boeing received a huge order for 300 aircraft. After the exchange of formalities, the aircraft manufacturer has also decided upon a change of strategy and will construct a factory in China.

  • Ryanair offers a "helping hand" to traditional airlines

    At present Ryanair's priority has no ambition to embark on long-haul flights. The Irish low-cost prefers to keep its grip on the European short-haul market and change its image.

  • The LEAP will pulsate at Snecma

    By 2020, Snecma will be producing 1,500 units of their new LEAP engine per year. To do this, the engine ma nufacturer will integrate high-tech assembly lines at their Villaroche (near Paris) premises.

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