The European turboprop manufacturer announced its plans to launch the ATR EVO, its next turboprop. But “EVOlution” is the operative word. The market for 45-to-75-seat turboprops hasn’t had many new players in recent years. For most of the world, there are two of them:...
While they are actively developing technologies for hydrogen, Airbus doesn’t think that it will see widespread use on airliners before 2050. The 2050 estimate comes from a presentation on hydrogen and other technologies, that Airbus made for European Union officials....
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