But the MAVERIC’s blended-wing design would be many years off, if it ever carries passengers at all.
Commentary: California may require wireless carriers to keep towers operating during a power outage. Good.
The aircraft’s design is intriguing: Folding wingtips will let the 777X fit at existing airport gates while still giving the wings the lift they need.
Before the aircraft can carry passengers again, the FAA still needs to certify it as safe.
While it suggested some changes to the process, the committee dismissed criticism that Boeing had too much authority in inspecting its own planes.
The recommendation is a reversal from the company’s previous position that existing 737 crews needed only iPad-based training to fly the plane.
And Google wants to dominate your smart home. Here’s all the cool stuff from CES so far.
At CES, Delta’s CEO talks about exoskeletons for freight loaders and other workers. Also on tap: airport displays tailored to individual passengers.
CES 2020 doesn’t open until tomorrow, but there’s already a ton to see and taste. Like Sony has a car now?
The space agency will begin final assembly on an experimental aircraft that could produce a quieter sonic boom.