This one goes out to all the aviation buffs out there. LEGO has a new Technic helicopter set, the LEGO Technic Airbus H175 Rescue Helicopter (42145), which looks super dope, IMHO.
As if it he hasn’t blown our mind enough with the incredibly detailed 6,000+ pieces LEGO Concorde Jet, BigPlanes has served up yet another LEGO god-level creation: LEGO Emirates Airbus A380 Superjumbo. And holy sh*t… this LEGO airplane model is enormous!
4.5 billion passengers were carried by the world’s airlines which produced 915 million tonnes of CO2 in 2019. 915 million tonnes may be a large number, but in realty, it is just a drop of the ocean – or mere 2% – compared to all human-induced carbon dioxide emissions and just 12% of all transport-related …
Remember the radical Flying-V passenger jet conceived by KLM and TU-Delft? Well, those guys are not joking around when they imagine that we should all be flying inside a wing, along with cargoes and the fuel. They have successfully taken it to the sky… with a scale model of the Flying-V.
Flight stick and quadrant makes flight simulator even more immersive and realistic. But do you know what’s even more immersive? This: Thrustmaster TCA (Thrustmaster Civil Aviation) Official Airbus Edition.
Remember the groundbreaking X3 demonstrator by Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopter)? We do know the status of this unofficial world’s fastest helicopter, but one thing for sure is, the concept lives on… as a radio control scale model and we have Alterbaum Premium Helicopter to thank.
This is Airbus MAVERIC, a so-called “blended wing aircraft” demonstrator. MAVERIC, if you must really know, stands for Model Aircraft for Validation and Experimentation of Robust Innovative Controls.
Airbus may not have a new passenger jet to show off like Boeing has. However, it does have a new aircraft that just entered the service. This newest family member is the Airbus BelugaXL aka the flying whale.
To be clear, Aston Martin is not making helicopters. The marque does have a vision of a flying car, but that’s for the future. For now, the ACH130 Aston Martin Edition is as close as you will get to a flying Aston Martin.
Here’s another world’s first happening in tiny island state of Singapore. Airbus’ Skyways Parcel Delivery Drone has begun trial of shore-to-ship delivery in Singapore. Obviously, cargo delivery isn’t new, but as far as shore-to-ship delivery, this is the first. With this trial, it marks the first time drone technology has been deployed in real port …