- Aurora Flight Sciences
Aurora Flight Sciences manufactures state-of-the-art unmanned aerial systems and components for the scientific research, defense and homeland security markets. Aurora's unmanned aircraft are distinguished by their daring designs and record-breaking performances.
IAT21 (the Austrian Innovative Aeronautical Technology research company) has been working on the designs for a totally new form of airborne auto-motion, as revolutionary as were the jet engine and the hovercraft
- EAA - The Spirit of Aviation - Oshkosh, WI
EAA is a growing and diverse organization of members with a wide range of aviation interests and backgrounds.
The Ultimate F-16 Reference
- Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour
The Boeing Company, Future of Flight Foundation, Snohomish County Public Facilities District and the Snohomish County Airport (Paine Field) joined forces to create a unique interpretive center so visitors could glimpse the future of commercial aviation.
- MIT Gas Turbine Laboratory
The GTL has had a worldwide reputation for research and teaching at the forefront of gas turbine technology for over 50 years. The lab is a reflection of the shared interest of its faculty and staff in both working at the frontiers of aeropropulsion and educating graduate students in this technology. We work in this area because we find it rewarding and exciting, and hope that we can transmit this excitement during your stay. The performance of gas turbine engines has improved enormously over the past 50 years and will continue to do so for quite some time.
- NASA - The X-48B Blended Wing Body
Blended Wing Soars For almost 100 years planes have looked like tubes with wings, but NASA's research with Boeing and the Air Force could change that.
- Project Ornithopter
- Reaction Engines Limited
Space Propulsion Systems
- Sikorsky X2 Technology
The Sikorsky X2 TECHNOLOGY™ demonstrator aircraft will incorporate several new technologies and demonstrate them in a flight environment.
- SR-71 Online
An Online Aircraft Museum
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- The 'Silent' Aircraft Initiative
The 'Silent' Aircraft Initiative has a bold aim - to develop a conceptual design for an aircraft whose noise would be almost imperceptible outside the perimeter of a daytime urban airport. This requires radically different aircraft and engine designs.
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- The Silent Aircraft Initiative (SAI) - The Cambridge-MIT Institute
The Cambridge-MIT Institute's 'Silent' Aircraft Initiative was launched in November 2003 with a bold aim: to discover ways to reduce aircraft noise dramatically, to the point where it would be virtually unnoticeable to people outside the airport perimeter.
...a project which aims to develop an open source CASE environment...
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