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  • What's that bump on the fuselage?

    Over the last few years some commercial aircraft have a bump that has appeared on their fuselages. What it is exactly and what it is for? Read on and watch the video.
     

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  • Wingboard aerial surfing

    The "wingboard" will perhaps soon be the next extreme sports craze. A kind of aerial wakeboard, the concept is currently undergoing testing in the United States. All the details follow.
     

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  • 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.
     

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  • 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.
     

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  • 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.
     

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  • 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.
     

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  • Ongoing trials for tomorrow’s more electric aircraft

    With their test platform, Labinal Power Systems’ "Copper Bird", enables aircraft and helicopter manufacturers to test new electrical systems. These concepts will perhaps one day be installed on their future aircraft.
     

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  • Clean Sky 2, the new mission toward lower emissions

    On the occasion of the Aerodays show in London, we take a look at Clean Sky. This European programme has a budget of € 6 billion aimed at developing new greener aviation environment technologies.
     

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  • Perlan, Airbus Group space glider

    For scientific reasons, and in less than one year’s time, the Airbus group intends to carry out a stratospheric flight with a glider. Amongst other things, the data collected will be used to study climatic changes.
     

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  • Safran invests in innovative startups

    Safran Corporate Ventures, Safran’s fledgling subsidiary, has a three year budget of € 50 million to support ten startups, of which, the first has just been selected.
     

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  • Airbus’ latest innovations

    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.
     

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  • ATR tooled up with a "skateboard" for aircraft

    ATR, the regional aircraft manufacturer, has used a sort of oversized skateboard over the last year to move their fuselage sections from work station to work station on their assembly line.
     

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  • Clip-Air, the "flying train"

    Called Clip-Air, the project initiated by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), in Lausanne, is a flying wing capable of carrying nearly 500 passengers, seated in modular cabins, over a range of 4,000 km (2,500 miles) - and that's not all.
     

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  • easyJet’s latest 3D innovations

    Following on from aircraft inspections by drone, within the framework of their innovation day, easyJet have just presented their latest technological innovations, with which, the British low-cost airline has entered the third dimension.
     

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  • Helping pilots see what they do not see

    Since our last report about pilot stress in 2011, these students and researchers from the Higher Institute of Aeronautics and Space (ISAE-Supaero) in Toulouse (south west France), have not interrupted their unusual experiments to help pilots - quite the opposite.
     

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