2023 it’s coming to an end and the aerospace industry has continued to grow. Let’s review together some of the most achievements seen during this year.
Aeronautical companies around the world are actively seeking new ways to reduce CO2 emissions and have greener aviation. Airbus, one of the largest companies, has recently performed its first demonstration flight with a hydrogen-powered turbine.
AS Munich recently organized a visit to the Airbus Production Line in Hamburg, Finkenwerder. With the support of Katharina Krieger, one of our alumni working at Airbus, the visit was a fantastic opportunity for EUROAVIA members from different Local Groups to come together, connect, and explore the fascinating world of aerospace.
As modern aircraft introduce novel materials into their structures, several factors must be considered on how all the materials interact with each other under all the environmental conditions an aircraft may encounter.
Boeing 737 entered service in 1968 with Lufthansa and was an instant hit. Its main competitor was McDonnell Douglas DC-9, followed by its MD-80/MD-90 but there were signs that Europe also wanted its own major aircraft. After a jointure between some of the largest aircraft manufacturers in Europe, Airbus was formed and started to design…
Have you ever wanted to see how is it onboard the A380? If yes, and never got the chance to do it, you better hurry up. The last A380 ever built left Toulouse on 17th March 2021, with test registration F-WWSH and with the destination Hamburg. There the aircraft was painted and delivered to Emirates with…
Within the last fifty years,global pollution and climate change had become one of the most important determinants in the aerospace industry (along with security). In fair terms, with more efficient planes, higher BPR engines and fewer of them in each plane, we can declare that our industryis walking in the correct path.