The companies will work with Boeing subsidiary Aurora to develop an electric-powered vertical takeoff and landing (eVOTL) concept aircraft.
It’s a match made in heaven, or, perhaps, the stars.
The world’s first “Super Versatile Jet” can carry over a tonne of cargo and is the only non-military plane that can land on grass or gravel.
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It can soar at 6400km/h—or five times the speed of sound.
The bird’s 640 kilometre, zero-emission range makes it especially interesting.
The Global 6500 can connect Hong Kong or Singapore to London nonstop.
Fingers crossed there are no screaming toddlers.
It’s aptly named “Gateway to Space.”
If it’s good enough for The Emperor…
The Falcon 6X will have the largest cross-section of any purpose-built business jet.
Enjoy 4K tech, an East-meets-West design, suite-style seating, and more aboard these architect-designed planes
Sustainable alternative jet fuel is propelling the industry toward a greener future.
The newest Learjet gives light-jet passengers a six-seat configuration in the aircraft expected to enter service in 2020.
The aircraft is first in class in more ways than one.
Alaka’i unveils the world’s first hydrogen-powered, zero-emission air mobility solution.