The world of electric airplanes continues to expand as more and more well known companies get in on the act of developing aircraft for this sector of the aerospace industry.
Anyone who thought that airport security would allow smartphone use on a plane in the future might be a little worried to know that it is possible to hijack a plane with one.
Not all of the drone aircraft deployed by militaries are actually large flying machines. Case in point? The uber-mini Black Hornet, manufactured by Prox Dynamics, which is slightly reminiscent a military-style MeCam.
The US Air Force has kicked off official flight training for the F-35 - despite a small fleet that is years away from any sort of operational status.
The Pentagon hopes its X-51A will manage to hit hypersonic velocity by next spring or summer.
The Lethal Miniature Aerial Munition System - or LMAMS - weighs less than 5 pounds. Ultimately, the US Army wants the kamikaze drone to be capable of attacking a target up to 6 miles away in 30 minutes or less.
Canada's Porter Airlines will become the first carrier in the country to conduct a biofuel-powered flight this month.
Austrian research firm IAT21 has unveiled a radically new type of aircraft that could render the helicopter obsolete.
Airplane designers have been working on sensor networks something like the human nervous system, which would run throughout the body shell and report directly to engineers when maintenance is required.
NASA's released images of three commercial aircraft designs that it says could be appearing in the skies by 2025.
A human-powered 'ornithopter' with flapping wings has become the first aircraft of its kind to achieve sustained flight.
Boeing has unveiled a new hydrogen-powered plane that is not only one of the greenest and most lightweight aircraft the company has ever introduced, it also has the power to stay aloft for 4 days without a pilot.
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has uncloaked an advanced unmanned combat aircraft prototype.
Strange circular holes in clouds which have frequently led to speculation about UFOs are caused by nothing more mysterious than aircraft, a study has shown - and they can cause several inches of snow or rain too.