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Ruta Burbaite
Airbus to launch new single-aisle by 2030s?

Airbus has said it is planning to build an all-new narrow-body jet that it says could be launched in the early 2030s. But what type of an aircraft will it be and will the technology the manufacturer is banking on be ready in time?...


Ruta Burbaite
Digital transformation in aviation: Big data, IoT, AI & mobility

The aviation industry has been on the front line of digital transformation ever since the digital revolution began almost a quarter of a century ago. Increasingly, companies around the world have come to the realization that the key to unleash the full potential of the aviation market is not only by embracing digital transformation but also, staying at the forefront of this evolution by offering breakthrough solutions based on new forms of digita...


Rolls Royce acquires Siemens eAircraft
AeroTime Team
Rolls Royce acquires Siemens eAircraft

“We are at the dawn of the third era of aviation,” proclaims Rolls-Royce as it announces the acquisition of Siemens’ electric and hybrid-electric aerospace propulsion business, marking a clear step further into making greener engines....


Gediminas Ziemelis
Is one pilot greater than two?

Aviation evolves and some things that were deemed as necessary are no longer needed. Regulations tend to lag behind technological developments, so it often takes time before capabilities are implement...


AIR Convention
Humans need not apply: robots are taking over airports

Just a decade back a fully automated airport with no staff seemed something out of a science fiction movie. Today it is a reality. From Glasgow Airport’s trial with GLAdys, Shenzhen Airport’s oper...


AeroTime Team
Boeing unveils ultra thin, folding wing concept

 Boeing reveals new ultra-thin, folding wing concept, capable of flying at Mach 0.80 speed....


Ruta Burbaite
Exclusive with IATA: adapting VR and AR technology in training

New technology encourages to rethink training processes and learning experience, especially when it comes to adaptation of VR and AR in training. At Air Convention 2018, Kim Kian Wee, Assistant Director of Training and Innovation at IATA, talked to Rūta Burbaitė from AeroTime about the introduction of new innovative solutions in training and how it can be enhanced with the use of VR and AR.  ...


AeroTime Team
MIT engineers fly first-ever plane with no moving parts

MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) engineers have built and flown the first-ever plane with no moving parts. Instead of propellers or turbines, the light aircraft is powered by an “ionic wind” — a silent but mighty flow of ions that is produced aboard the plane, and that generates enough thrust to propel the plane over a sustained, steady flight....


Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance
Ina Hladyshava
Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance

Teddy Canadas, Chief Commercial Officer at Testia, presented to Ina Hladyshava from AeroTime the innovative solutions for maintenance that his company offers....


Boeing, Robotic Skies to work on enhanced commercial UAS services
AeroTime Team
Boeing, Robotic Skies to work on enhanced commercial UAS services

Boeing and subsidiaries Jeppesen and Aviall have joined with Robotic Skies to develop  industry-leading supply chain management and optimization, analytics, and MRO services for the commercial and civil UAS markets....