Boeing’s Aircraft Of The Future

Boeing’s Aircraft Of The Future

The world's largest manufacturer of aircrafts explores planes of tomorrow.

Naresh Kumar
  • 6 august 2010

As part of NASA’s N+3 program that explores aircrafts from three generations ahead, Boeing undertook a study on the future of air travel, examining various subsonic and supersonic concepts that aimed at drastic operational and environmental improvements over current models. One of the concepts was a hypothetical plane called SUGAR Volt that will use considerably less fuel, reduce noise and take off from short distances.

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