Experience the futuristic and out-of-this-world appearance of blended-wing aircraft, reminiscent of a classic 1950s science fiction film. In the 1960s, various air forces attempted the configuration without success. However, today, at least three aerospace companies firmly believe that these aircraft have the potential to outperform traditional designs. The blended-wing’s exceptional fuel efficiency is the primary reason for this conviction.
Introducing the revolutionary blended-wing jet, also known as the “flying wing.” This innovative design seamlessly blends the wing and fuselage into one cohesive construction, setting it apart from all other aircraft.
Experience the power of lift with our aircraft that is designed to provide the necessary lift for a smooth and effortless flight. Discover the revolutionary Flying V and Airbus Maveric, two renowned blended-wing designs crafted by a team of brilliant aerospace engineers and students at TU Delft. By 2035, both companies anticipate their innovative ideas to take flight.
Introducing JetZero, a US-based startup that is currently developing a revolutionary blended-wing design aircraft known as the “Jetliner.”
Experience a new level of efficiency and comfort with our revolutionary jet. Our cutting-edge technology allows us to achieve twice the efficiency of a similar-sized commercial jet, while using only half the fuel. Plus, our innovative design places the engines on top of the jet, resulting in a remarkable four times less noise. Experience the future of aviation with our aircraft, designed to be compatible with zero-emissions fuels such as hydrogen fuel cells, ensuring you stay ahead of the curve.
Introducing the Jetliner – a game-changing aircraft specifically crafted for the commercial jet market. With its unique design, it fills the gap between single-aisle jets and wide-bodies, creating a new niche in the industry. Experience a unique interior configuration unlike any other conventional aircraft with the funnel-shaped exterior design. Our company seamlessly integrates with your airport’s existing infrastructure.
While JetZero has not yet provided a timeline for development and certification, the company has received funding from the US Air Force to create a conceptual design for a versatile commercial jetliner that can also function as a military tanker. By 2027, a stunning demonstrator will take to the skies.