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Pyka Bets The Path To The Future Of Passenger Planes Runs Through Banana Plantations In Latin America

Pyka’s Pelican crop-spraying drone can carry more than its weight in chemicals and is designed to take off and land in 150 feet, half the length of a football field.…

The Air Force’s Future Tanker Planes Could Be Autonomous

The Air Force is drawing up plans for its next refueling tanker to have autonomous or semi-autonomous capabilities, thanks in part to efforts to fix the KC-46 Pegasus, according to…

Airbus looks to the future with hydrogen planes

Aerospace giant Airbus has unveiled plans for what it hailed as the first commercial zero-emission aircraft. It said its hydrogen-fuelled passenger planes could be in service by 2035. Airbus chief…

The Future of Electric and Hybrid Planes

ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the airline industry “Will we ever fly without fossil fuels” Many people are now driving electric cars, but electric planes remain a distant dream…