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  • Airbus and Boeing : 2015’s positive results for both

    More deliveries for one, more orders for another ; at the beginning of this New Year it’s time to take stock of 2015’s very positive results for the two main aircraft manufacturers, Airbus and Boeing.

  • Autonomous single-seater multi-rotor at Las Vegas CES

    The Ehang 184 caused a sensation when introduced at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronic Show recently. The Chinese multi-rotor is able to transport a passenger completely autonomously.

  • HondaJet’s Over-The-Wing Engine Mount

    The originality of the HondaJet, the first of which has just been delivered, lies in the location of its twin General Electric engines, and set high on pylons above the wings.

  • SkyDeck: a spectacular passenger experience

    Windspeed Technologies have patented a concept that could revolutionize the way we see flying. The American company has created a teardrop canopy that, when integrated into the fuselage, will give passengers a panoramic view of the sky.

  • Concorde’s first pilot, Frenchman André Turcat, dies at 94

    The man who took Concorde off for the first time in 1969 has died at the age of 94. A polytechnic engineer by training, André Turcat’s name will go down in aviation history.

  • 2016 aviation forecasts

    At the very beginning of this New Year, 2016, you are probably wondering what it holds in store for us? The following is an aviation bulletin of the major events in view for the coming twelve months.

  • The most watched 2015 video reports in the aviation industry category

    aeronewstv is offering the possibility of viewing, or re-viewing, five of the most watched 2015 aviation video reports in the following categories: Industry, Lifestyle, Transport, Events and Employment. Today, the Aviation Industry category.

  • Retrospective of aviation in 2015

    As is the custom, aeronewstv takes a look back in pictures, today, 23 December at the main aeronautical events that marked 2015. This "aviation year in video" recounts the successes, failures, the nice, and not so nice surprises.

  • Electrical air-conditioning pack on trial

    After six years of development, Liebherr-Aerospace is preparing to flight test an electrical air-conditioning pack within the framework of the JTI-Clean-Sky European research project.

  • Rollout for the first Boeing 737 MAX

    On 8 December at Renton, in America’s northwest, the first 737 MAX was unveiled to thousands of Boeing employees. Its first test flight is expected in early 2016.

  • VC200: an electric helicopter piloted with a simple joystick

    By its 2017 marketing, the Volocopter VC200 will be a very easy to fly electric helicopter. The machine’s movement controls will be carried out using a simple joystick - currently under test.

  • Comac ARJ21’s first delivery

    The Chinese aircraft manufacturers, COMAC, delivered their first ARJ21 regional jet on 29 November. Seven years after its maiden flight, Chengdu Airlines, the launch company, intends to put their new acquisition into service in early 2016.

  • COP21’s air transport industry challenges

    On the occasion of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21), which has just opened in Paris, we highlight some of the major challenges, which the aviation industry will have to resolve in order to keep to its commitments. By 2050, it foresees having to halve its CO2 emissions.

  • Volta: the all electric helicopter’s first flight in view

    Volta, the first all electrically powered and manned conventional helicopter, should make its first test flight in less than a fortnight. In an ENAC (French National School of Civil Aviation) workshop we went to watch the final adjustments being carried out.

  • AS2 supersonic business jet gains speed

    Since our last report, 18 months ago, the American company Aerion project has accelerated. Dubbed, the AS2, their future supersonic business jet is taking shape.

  • France’s aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle at war against ISIL

    France has just deployed its aircraft carrier, Charles de Gaulle, in the Mediterranean as strategic support to intensify air strikes against ISIL. This is the first French nuclear-powered surface vessel, and only nuclear-powered carrier in operation today.

  • LEAP engine to enter service in June 2016

    The LEAP-1A, high-bypass turbofan engine, has just obtained dual certification from both the US and European civil aviation authorities. In June, the CFM engine designed to equip the A320neo will be able to enter service.

  • Aircraft cockpit development using a "disposable" concept

    On 18 November, the French National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) hosted the Aeronautics and sustainable development forum. On this occasion, the highlight was an interactive model designed to accelerate the design of new aircraft instruments.

  • Alkan, world expert in dropping bombs

    Alkan is one of the few global specialists for carriage, release and ejection systems of missiles or bombs on fighter aircraft and attack helicopters. We dropped in on this French SME which exports its equipment to 60 countries.

Publicité :Safran-2017


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