That will show how well “boomless”—aka zero sonic boom—technology works at sound-barrier-breaking speeds.
Metro Hop’s two-passenger, pilotless aircraft is designed to land and take off in just 82 feet, making rooftop runways an option.
The city is collaborating with manufacturers and urban-air mobility experts to make flying mini-choppers a reality in the next few years.
After taking off from a helipad, these new aircraft can land on runways as short as 100 yards.
Sharing the common theme of innovation, here are the most noteworthy aircraft from aviation’s pioneering days through today’s advanced business jets.
These jets offer a slew of cool features, from king-size bedrooms and chef-ready galleys to in-air connectivity that will rival any office.
A free guide from the business aviation industry outlines sham leases and how to avoid what could be the costliest mistake in the sky.
A British Airways jumbo jet, replaced by more fuel-efficient aircraft, will become a set where movies like “Casino Royale” are filmed.
ZeroAvia’s technology is rapidly scalable and could have an enormous impact on aviation.