Imagination meets ingenuity – Our EcoJet research project combines technological advancements with sustainability, allowing the reduction of emissions by up to 50% through the combination of aerodynamic and propulsion enhancements. Bombardier announced that the futuristic-looking Blended-Wing ‘EcoJet’ cuts emissions by 50%.
Bombardier successfully completes the initial flight testing phase of the EcoJet research project, aiming to develop and mature technologies to support a sustainable future for business aviation.The goal of the project is to reduce aircraft emissions by up to 50% through aerodynamic and propulsion enhancements.
Bombardier’s team noted highly positive results during the design optimization loops and initial flight test campaign. Those include the deployment of a next-generation Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) platform, the confirmation of a sixth-generation transonic wing modeling capability, and the demonstration of a new aircraft control architecture.
This research and technology project aims to reduce aircraft emissions by up to 50% through a combination of aerodynamic and propulsion enhancements. Renowned for its leading expertise and ingenuity, Bombardier created the EcoJet research project to develop and mature powerful technologies to leverage in future projects, as part of its firm commitment to a sustainable future for business aviation.