The company is working on rolling platforms for runways that would tow planes and catapult them into the sky and thus be fuel efficient, plus other items in our roundup.
With lots of talk in recent months about a bonanza of new domain name extensions being made available to anyone, perhaps more than one company would’ve bid for .FLY this week.
Not something you’re likely to see on the approaches to LAX, Heathrow, Schiphol or Changi, but in years to come aircraft may fly in formation at altitude.
You will not notice it by searching on Expedia (or Google, for that matter) or checking-in at your favorite hotel, or even boarding a flight, but the travel world changed this week.
Sabre Airline Solutions has joined a group examining whether Europe can move to a “single sky” system for controlling movement of aircraft around the continent.
The dreamers and engineers at Airbus have reunited to produce the latest instalment of the manufacturer’s vision for air travel in 2050 – this time focusing on the on-board facilities.
Airbus made a big deal at the recent Farnborough show as it presented concepts of a plane in 40 years time. So hereâ€™s a thought. Why not implement some of it nowâ€¦