With integrated photovoltaics, these airplane windows promise self-powered polarizing and electricity that can be used for lights or mobile device charging.
Airbus reveals its predictions for green airports, and smart planes, of the future.
Thanks to Motoart’s creative genius, old plane elements that were once rusted and unloved shine with the glory of their in-service days.
The world’s three biggest makers of passenger planes put aside rivalries and agree to work together on bringing green fuels to commercial air travel.
A team of U.K. engineers envisions a much quieter, less polluted runway, with planes using energy recovered from their landing gear brakes to power taxiing.
Lufthansa concludes their six month biofuel study with a transatlantic flight from Frankfurt to Washington, finding success but also a few obstacles.
A radar-system company is marketing a product that patrols the skies around wind farms, warning low-flying planes of danger ahead.
Thomson Airways flies the first biofuel-powered flight from the United Kingdom, and Friends of the Earth and other environmental groups are not happy.
NASA’s $1.65 million prize and Google’s sponsorship of electric airline motor charging stations support the CAFE Green Flight Challenge.
A new prototype called the Bipod is both a car and an airplane that is partially powered by a lithium-ion battery, and can reach a speed of 200 mph.
Airplane manufacturer EADS has partnered with the French aerospace organization ONERA to develop a high-speed, green craft by 2050 using hydrogen and biofuel.