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CAE, Jaunt Air Mobility | May 13, 2021
CAE confirmed recently that Jaunt Air Mobility has chosen to lead the design and development of the Jaunt Aircraft Systems Integration Lab (JASIL) for the company's latest all-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, the Journey. CAE will collaborate with Jaunt to add best-in-class simulation and modeling to the aircraft development program from the start, leveraging CAE's 70+ years of experience in high-fidelity simulation.
The Jaunt Journey's certific...
IonQ | August 23, 2022
IonQ, an industry leader in quantum computing, today announced a collaboration with Airbus to explore the potential application and benefits of quantum computing for aerospace services and passenger experiences. The Quantum Aircraft Loading Optimization & Quantum Machine Learning project will be a 12-month project that culminates in the development of a prototype aircraft-loading quantum application, hands-on collaboration and coaching sessions for Airbus developers and engineers, and an exp...
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Raytheon Technologies | July 28, 2022
Raytheon Technologies' corporate venture capital group, RTX Ventures, signed an agreement to invest in VerdeGo Aero to accelerate the development of hybrid-electric propulsion technologies for advanced air mobility applications. This investment will also provide opportunities for VerdeGo Aero to collaborate with Pratt & Whitney on future product development.
Established in 2017, the Daytona Beach, Fla.-based company specializes in delivering powerplants that efficiently co...
FlightGlobal | January 24, 2020
Nordic Aviation Capital has firmed up its order for 20 Airbus A220-300s, prompting the manufacturer to highlight the aircraft’s relevance in the regional aviation market. Regional aircraft lessor NAC had signed a memorandum of understanding for 20 A220s in June 2019. Airbus chief commercial officer Christian Scherer states that NAC’s A220 order “shows this aircraft is just as relevant in the regional world as it is in the mainline one”. The aircraft is designed to serve t...
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