Pijus Jauniskis

Boeing NeXt to halt operations while company plans recovery

Boeing NeXt, an urban air mobility division of Boeing, will halt operation as its parent company looks to cut costs and side projects....


Gabriele Petrauskaite

3 areas in aviation where tech could speed up COVID-19 recovery

Aviation industry professionals claim that investments in innovation and a comprehensive automatization of operations would help the aviation sector to hasten the recovery of COVID-19 crisis....


Gabriele Petrauskaite

Flying-V completes the first real flight test

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines in collaboration with Technische Universiteit (TU) Delft completed the successful first real flight test of Flying-V scale model aircraft....


Pijus Jauniskis

Japan Airlines backed by Tokyo government to study drones

Japan Airlines (JAL) announced to be partaking in a drone study aiming to explore the logistics of delivering pharmaceuticals, food and security services by 2022....


Pijus Jauniskis

Otto Aviation unveils new fuel-efficient business jet Celera 500L

Otton Aviation unveiled a full-scale prototype for a new fuel-efficient passenger aircraft Celera 500L. If the manufacturer’s promise comes true, the aircraft will be one of the most environmentally friendly business jets ever produced. ...


Pijus Jauniskis

Rolls-Royce launch new effort for supersonic propulsion

Rolls-Royce and Reaction Engines will partner to develop high-speed aircraft propulsion systems for civil and defense aerospace gas and hybrid-electric engines.  ...


AeroTime Team

Etihad Airways launches travel restrictions map for passengers

Etihad Airways introduced an interactive map to help its customers navigate through COVID-19 related travel restrictions. Recent weeks saw several instances of misunderstandings and stranded passengers as travel restrictions can change momentarily. ...


Maja Mandzikashvili

How airports adopt to new health measures amid pandemic

As many countries and states are easing the restrictions on air travel, airlines are resuming their services and airports all around the world are getting ready to meet passengers under the new conditions. The majority of the borders within the European Union have been reopened, allowing the EU citizens, with certain exceptions, to start traveling again. If you decide to fly during the summer 2020, this is  what to expect after stepping thro...


Kristina Kirkliauskaite

Top 5 Phenomenal Robots in the Aviation

Have you ever felt lost at the airport? Or desperately searched for an information desk? It is always important to quickly get the necessary information at busy, large, and especially foreign airports. In this case, intelligent robots save the day. They can not only work non-stop without getting tired but also interact with customers and provide essential information. With machine bodies and bright touchscreen eyes, these intelligent robots are r...


Kristina Kirkliauskaite

How AI Speeds Up the Security Processes at Airports

It is a public fact that security is a very first priority at any airport in the world. With a tremendous rise of passengers, many security systems at airports are now supported by artificial intelligence (AI), which improves safety. Also, AI speeds up airport security by optimizing processes such as check-in, passport control, baggage screening and generally keeping up the complete safety at airports with smart security technologies. In this art...