Commercial aviation is a rapidly growing market, all forecasts are estimating at least a one hundred percent increase in the number of flights by 2030, and fuel prices are constantly on the rise. As today’s fuel prices climb, airlines become less profitable, air fares go up and airlines are closer to the profitability tipping point. As a result airlines are making major cutbacks, (e.g. passengers are losing comfort and legroom).
The new airplanes (e.g. the Boeing 787) are designed in the safe “Pipe-and-Wings” form. This configuration is at its limit of incremental optimization. This is where the Aerocruiser comes in.
Unlike current designs, my design reduces fuel costs by an estimated 30%, enables a significant extended range of destinations and landing terrains, shortens turnover time and provides improved passenger comfort and experience. I designed, integrated and optimized the aircraft by working closely with aeronautical analysis engineers from NEVO Analysis Consulting Group, and revisited all aspects of the design and use from the ground up: structure, technologies, scenario of use, materials, and propulsion systems. pleas contact me for further information and use.