It’s not often that the ideas of a undergraduate engineering student at University of Malaysia get featured by ABC News, The Economist, and the Christian Science Monitor.
Predicting how technology will evolve over the course of the next 12 months (as Tnooz tries every year) is tricky enough – but what about 100 years into the future?
The young folk have spoken – 75% of 18 to 24 year olds would like access to the internet on board all flights, with only 13% of all adult age groups disliking the idea.
Inventors (and dreamers) have wanted for decades to make a car fly, but the concept has mostly failed to get off the ground – in every sense.
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.
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.
EasyJet is claiming a global first today with news that it is trialling a nano technology-based aircraft coating normally used by the US military.