Boeing unveils new hypersonic aircraft

Not much is known about the concept at the moment, but it is more than likely that the Mach 5+ machine will be used not only for space industry, but also for military purposes. Guy Norris, editor-in-chief of Aviation Week, caught a model of Boeing’s all-new hypersonic aircraft at the AIAA SciTech show in San Diego recently.

A Boeing 747 flies with sustainable fuel

Technical support was provided by Boeing and fuel by World Energy. Transport is one the drivers of greenhouse gas emissions, and it is no coincidence that this is an area where a lot of effort is being put into finding greener and more sustainable alternatives to existing solutions.

Alternative fuel at Boeing

According to regulations, civil aviation should be made carbon neutral by 2050, which poses a major challenge for manufacturers. Boeing now sees great progress on the cause by 2030. The future of civil aviation will be largely determined by the extent to which airlines succeed in greening the “operation” of aircraft: that is, not polluting the environment on their journey.

Boeing continues to develop its air taxi

Back in October 2017, Boeing dived into the development of flying taxis with a takeover. They seem to be doing very well with the work. AIn recent years, several companies have embarked on developing their own flying car / taxi. That’s what Daimler is spending money on, Bell Company, which makes helicopters for the Airbus and the U.S. military, is thinking about. Moreover, in October 2017, Boeing also announced the development of flying taxis.

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