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Transportation Department, NASA, Partners Visit Charlotte to Open Test Lab to Streamline Air Travel
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden today marked the official opening of a new airspace technology demonstration laboratory at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina.

NASA Administrator Bolden and Transportation Secretary Foxx to Announce New Technology at Charlotte International Airport
NASA, the FAA, American Airlines the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) and the Charlotte Douglas International Airport are collaborating on a five-year effort to streamline aircraft arrival, departure and airport surface operations; research and testing will be led out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina.

NASA Electric Research Plane Gets X Number, New Name
With 14 electric motors turning propellers and all of them integrated into a uniquely-designed wing, NASA will test new propulsion technology using an experimental airplane now designated the X-57 and nicknamed “Maxwell.”

NASA Highlights Research in X-Planes, Safer, Greener Aviation at Aviation 2016
NASA’s leadership and top aeronautics innovators will discuss the agency’s 10-year plan to transform aviation at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) annual Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition, or Aviation 2016.

NASA, FAA Demonstrate Wireless Communication with Aircraft
NASA Glenn and the FAA demonstrated technology that conveys aviation data to an airplane over a wireless communication system.

NASA Awards Contract for Safety Reporting Systems
NASA has awarded a contract to Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. in McLean, Virginia, for the maintenance and operation of incident reporting programs, as well as continuing research and development to improve current and future systems.

NASA Begins Work to Build a Quieter Supersonic Passenger Jet
The return of supersonic passenger air travel is one step closer to reality with NASA's award of a contract for the preliminary design of a “low boom” flight demonstration aircraft. This is the first in a series of ‘X-planes’ in NASA's New Aviation Horizons initiative, introduced in the agency’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget.

NASA Licenses New Communication Technology for Unmanned Aircraft
NASA has developed an integrated communications and control system that may enable large unmanned aircraft to fly safely in the national airspace along with piloted aircraft that use FAA's aircraft tracking system, ADS-B. The patent-pending technology is capable of collision warnings as well as real-time traffic and weather updates.

NASA Administrator to Make X-Plane Announcement at Reagan National Media Event
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Associate Administrator for Aeronautics Research Jaiwon Shin will be at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia, at 1:30 p.m. EST on Monday, Feb. 29, to discuss advanced aeronautic concepts. They’ll also make an announcement about the agency’s plan for a series of experimental aircraft.

NASA Research Could Save Commercial Airlines Billions in New Era of Aviation
The nation’s airlines could realize more than $250 billion dollars in savings in the near future thanks to green-related technologies developed and refined by NASA’s aeronautics researchers during the past six years.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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