New Airbus design of Airspace cabin A320 neo entrance. Photo credits: Airbus

New Airbus Seats Will Know Everything About Your Habits On Board

New Airbus Seats Will Know Everything About Your Habits On Board Airlines are developing new strategies to increase the comfort of their passengers and to make flights more tolerable. Virtual reality headsets for the flight attendants are already introduced. But lately, Airbus announced one more feature that includes a new design and will change the travel routine. […]

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Electric-powered jets - future?

An Electric-Powered Airplane Might Be A Distant Future After All

An Electric-Powered Airplane Might Be A Distant Future After All In 2016 we saw how plane is powered with a solar energy and in 2017 we were introduced with the idea of electric-powered jets. Zero emission jet was planned to be the future of aviation and it was predicted to be here by 2022. Few years […]

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Singapore Airlines

World‘s Longest Nonstop Flight Is About To Return To Route Newark-Singapore

World‘s Longest Nonstop Flight Is About To Return To Route Newark-Singapore The world‘s longest non-stop flight is returning to Newark Airport in October. The flight takes 18 hours and 45 minutes and is flying from Newark Liberty International Airport to Singapore. Current longest flight requires a several-hour stop to refuel, therefore the returning non-stop flight […]

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Airbus Is About To Put Beds In A Cargo Hold For Passengers

Airbus Is About To Put Beds In A Cargo Hold For Passengers

Airbus Is About To Put Beds In A Cargo Hold For Passengers Is cargo hold a place for people? There are already controversial discussions about putting pets there. But what about ourselves?  Well, Airbus promises to make our long-haul flight so much easier and enjoyable.   The project of offering an option to have sleeping […]

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Airbus To Put 3700 Jobs At Risk Due Problems With A380

Airbus To Put 3700 Jobs At Risk Due To The Problems With A380

Airbus To Put 3700 Jobs At Risk Due To The Problems With A380 Airbus – one of the leading aircraft manufacturers worldwide decided to cut the production of two models Airbus A380 superjumbo and A400M military transport. This decision might affect jobs of 3700 people in Spain, Britain, and Germany. Even though the general demand […]

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Qatar Airways introduces new jetlag fighting Airbus A350

Qatar Airways Introduces New Jet Lag Fighting Airbus A350-1000

Qatar Airways Introduces New Jet Lag Fighting Airbus A350-1000 Qatar Airways is well known for its high-quality service and having customers experience as their first priority. Recently they have introduced new Airbus A350-1000. The adjustments will make the flight for the passenger way more comforting and reduce the jet-lag. Jet lag is a common problem for […]

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Hybrid-electric Jets

You Could Soon Be Flying on Hybrid-electric Jets

You Could Soon Be Flying on Hybrid-electric Jets Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens are collaborating to create the technology necessary for a hybrid-electric plane, the companies said Tuesday. Known as the “E-Fan X programme,” the collaboration started in 2012 as a response to the European Union’s desire to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and nitrogen oxide pollution. […]

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Emirates A380 Makes Landing During Rough Crosswinds

Emirates A380 Makes Landing During Rough Crosswinds

Emirates A380 Makes Landing During Rough Crosswinds A massive Emirates Airbus A380 managed to pull off an incredible but terrifying landing during the powerful Storm Xavier in Germany. On Thursday (5 October), an Airbus A380 from Dubai was captured struggling to land at Dusseldorf airport in Germany as it was met with gusts of strong […]

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Airbus Perlan Sets Glider Altitude Record

Airbus Perlan Sets Glider Altitude Record Airbus reported on September 4 that Airbus Perlan Mission II, the world’s first initiative to send an engineless aircraft to the edge of space, made history on September 3 in the Patagonia region of Argentina by soaring to more than 52,000 ft (15,8 km) and setting a new world altitude record […]

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5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Jet Engines

5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Jet Engines

5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Jet Engines It’s one thing to wrap your head around the physics of the Wright brothers’ plane, but how do you generate enough power to sling a 350-ton Boeing 747 into the air and keep it cruising at 1,000-plus kilometres (640 miles) per hour? These extraordinary powerhouses are […]

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