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Air travel may be a well-established mode of transportation but technological innovation continues to push the boundaries of powered flight. An aeronautical revolution, focused on energy efficiency and emissions as well as improved passenger convenience and safety, is now on the verge of transforming how we take to the sky.  Come aboard avant-garde airplanes!

New airport concepts are also reaching up to the skies! Read about Singapore’s Changi Airport and find out about future inner city, multi-level airports above railway lines.

AIRCRAFTS
Technological innovation continues to push the boundaries of powered flight.

Air travel may be a well-established mode of transportation but technological innovation continues to push the boundaries of powered flight. An aeronautical revolution, focused on energy efficiency and emissions as well as improved passenger convenience and safety, is now on the verge of transforming how we take to...


Airliner cabins are the second most expensive part of the commercial aircraft after the airframe itself, so it’s no wonder that the airline interiors industry is being pressed to deliver more innovations, faster — while keeping up with more of the developed products customers are experiencing at home.   Airplane...


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Supersonic flight has existed for over half a century but has never been affordable for routine travel. The Concorde linked both sides of the Atlantic for more than 30 years until economic and political issues led to its retirement in 2003. New players are attempting to reboot supersonic transportation on a commercial...


AIRPORTS
The Jewel will be launched in 2019.
Courtesy: Changi Airport

For 6 years in a row, the Changi Airport in Singapore has been on the list of the World’s Best Airports, according to SKYTRAX rating, as they have continued to innovate and add modern amenities to their terminals. The latest one, Terminal 4, officially opened in October last year (watch video) while the Jewel is set...


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  • Inner city, multi-level airports above railway lines – by 2040 a group of experts hopes its aviation ideas will be on track.   Dr. Kay Plötner, Head of Economics and Transportation at German research institution Bauhaus Luftfahrt, is overseeing the innovative CentAirStation and CityBird concepts. With air traffic...


    Courtesy of Foster + Partners

    Scheduled to open in 2020 on Mexico City’s eastern edge, the $11.4 billion NAICM (Nuevo Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México) is likely to offer beleaguered travelers more than a little respite. A collaborative design effort by London-based architectural firm Foster + Partners, Mexican architect Fernando...


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    DRONES
    Drones are taking over airplane inspections.
    Courtesy of Donecle

    Humans will soon no longer be needed for airplane inspections – drones are taking over at speeds up to 10 times faster.   Over 27,000 aircrafts are zooming across the globe. Each of them needs to come in for regular maintenance and for every hour the plane is grounded, the airline loses upwards of 10,000 dollars....


    Courtesy: Vimana

    Flying cars, taxis and deliveries are hot topics. Stellar brands such as Uber, Google and NASA are all working on technology to transform passenger and freight transport, largely with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). But something is missing: how will they be controlled and managed safely in densely populated urban...


    EVENTS
    The aim at Dubai airports is to reduce human involvement in security.
    Courtesy: Dubai Airport

    At the Airport Security Middle East conference on the second day of this year’s Dubai Airport Show (from 7th to 9th of May) it was announced that the aim at Dubai airports is to reduce human involvement in security as part of Dubai’s 10X initiative. As part of this strategy, it was announced that smart gates are going...


    At the 18th Dubai Airport Show from May 7th to 9th this year, Beijing-based Sinocloud Wisdom Technology unveiled its new artificial intelligence-powered...


    Courtesy of Bentley

    Software designer Bentley Systems offers a set of solutions for airport design that includes airfields, access roads, parking lots, maintenance buildings and...



    Courtesy: Solar Impulse

    Solar Impulse 2 ended its ’round-the-world flight in July 2016 without having consumed a drop of fuel. Powered only by the sun’s energy, it covered 40,000 km...



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    Sole Møller

    Sole Møller is a Danish freelance journalist based in San Fransisco. He writes about new technologies and contributes to several publications including DirectIndustry e-magazine and AeroExpo e-magazine.


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    Erin Tallman

    Erin Tallman is an American writer and Deputy Editor of ArchiExpo e-magazine. She writes novels and contributes to several online magazines like DirectIndustry e-magazine and AeroExpo e-magzine.


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    John Walton specialises in cabin interiors, premium class service, airport facilities. He is at the forefront of social media and broke the hijacking of flight ET702 on Twitter (@thatjohn).


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