NASA Awards Subsonic-Transport Electric Propulsion Studies Three teams have received NASA contracts to explore options for potential electrified aircraft propulsion (EAP) flight demonstrators. The goal of these six-month studies is to reduce the risk and cost of a demonstrator that would accelerate the fleet introduction of EAP-based ultraefficient subsonic transports by no later than 2035. Engine manufacturer GE Aviation has received almost $6 million and Boeing $3.3 million. NASA has ...

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