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AddBell-Boeing successfully completes V-22 Osprey weapons test

September's report that the US Air Force was thinking about armoring and arming its V-22 Osprey was a surprise, and now, less than three months on, the tilt-rotor plane has successfully completed its first forward-firing weapons test.

7Could Airbus and Boeing collaborate on a fighter?

Which phrase do you prefer? Many hands make light work or too many cooks in the kitchen? It's a question that some members of NATO might be asking after the statements made by Domingo Ureña Raso, the executive vice president of military aircraft for European aerospace giant Airbus.

AddDARPA, Northrop Grumman reveal XS-1 military space plane concept render

Before the military can start constructing TIE Fighters and Galaxy-class starships, attempts to militarize space need to start a bit more simply. This is the XS-1, a concept space plane designed by Northrop Grumman under a $3.9-million contract from DARPA as part of an experimental space plane program.

AddHondaJet Delayed Once More

Back in October, we told you that Honda would be delaying the HondaJet until mid-2013. Well, that has changed again with Honda now expecting to launch their high-tech light jet in the second half of 2014.

3FAA Approves Boeing's Plans To Get 787 Dreamliners Back In The Air

After the Federal Aviation Administration grounded all Boeing 787 Dreamliners for nearly three months following a battery fire, federal officials have approved plans to get the planes back in the air.

AddExpert: Unsafe lithium-ion batteries mean EV sales predictions were off by "more than a factor of 10"

The mystery of potentially dangerous lithium ion batteries continues to hang over sales of vehicles using this technology. Experts who recently testifyied before the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said that failure of the technology has slowed development of electric cars and other applications of the batteries.

AddTesla's Musk calls Boeing 787 Dreamliner batteries 'fundamentally unsafe'

After offering to help Boeing with its lithium-ion battery problems, Elon Musk is somewhat raising the stakes. Musk, who heads both Tesla Motors and space exploration company SpaceX, has now called the batteries in the Boeing 787 "inherently unsafe" in an e-mail to trade publication Flightglobal.

AddElon Musk ready to help Boeing with 787 Dreamliner lithium-ion battery problems

With keywords like lithium-ion batteries, "thermal runaway" and Elon Musk, had we not read any further, we would have figured this story was some disastrous news about Tesla Motors. Instead, it's about airplanes. Specifically, Boeing's new Dreamliner.

28BMW, Boeing weave agreement on carbon fiber recycling research

BMW has been at the forefront of volume automakers looking to invest in carbon fiber technology. The latest development in the German automaker's efforts is in the form of a joint venture with aircraft giant Boeing. According to a joint press release, the two companies will collaborate on further development of the lightweight material, including production methods and carbon fiber recycling.

AddWorld Report 10/28: Augmented Reality Navigation And More

Welcome to TRANSLOGIC World Report: Your weekly roundup of transportation tech news from around the web.

40Emergency testing a Boeing's brakes equals awesome

Boeing 747-8 Ultimate Rejected Takeoff test – Click above to watch the video after the break

AddBoeing predicts renewable fuel to supply 1% of commercial aviation industry by 2015

Boeing's prediction that one percent of the commercial aviation industry will be powered by renewable fuels by 2015 may sound trivial, but converting any meaningful portion of the industry over to the plant-derived biofuels could lay the foundation for future exponential growth. Boeing is currently testing biofuels with British Airways Plc and Continental Airlines, but has worked with airlines across the globe as it tries to find suitable, plant-derived aviation fuels. Testing has demonstrated t

19Someone at Boeing wants Mulally back?

A new website has cropped up to attempt to lure Ford CEO Alan Mulally back to Seattle. Evidently someone at Boeing is missing the guy's ability to steer a company in the right direction. The recently launched site features a short list of Mulally's achievements since he's taken the tiller at FoMoCo, all spread out on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner background.

41Humvee with Boeing Laser Avenger blasts UAVs

Remember those Saturday morning cartoons from when you were a kid, where futuristic soldiers battled with laser guns? Well if you were wondering what ever happened to that future we were promised, it's here. Boeing's Direct Energy Systems project recently concluded a test in the New Mexico desert where the Humvee-mounted Laser Avenger system successfully shot down three unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in a demonstration for U.S. Army officers.

AddAirlines raise prices to cover rising cost of fuel

Yes, the price of a gallon of gas has risen considerably in the past year. How, though, would you feel if the increase had been ninety percent? That would put a dent in your pocketbook, right? That's exactly what has happened to the price of jet fuel. In an effort to stem losses, major carriers such as American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines have raised their round-trip airfare prices between ten and sixty dollars, depending on the length of the flight. International flights will

AddBoeing fuel cells up in the air

Fuel cells seem to be everywhere from Suzuki motorcycles to the Honda FCX Clarity and now Boeing has them literally taking off. Of course, it's not the first time a fuel cell has been off the ground but it may well be the first time it has been the source of the motive force.

AddJohn Travolta flies a hybrid Boeing jet?

Last night during the Oscar telecast, host Jon Stewart joked to the audience, "Whoever owns the Boeing 707 parked on La Brea Avenue, your landing lights are on." As actor/aviator John Travolta ran onstage and bolted through an exit, Stewart comforted the glitterati, telling them, "Don't worry, it's a hybrid."

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