NASA X: Airspace Technology Demonstration
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Also known as: NASA X: The Airspace Technology Demonstrations (ATD) Project
Jennifer Pulley (Host)
The Airspace Technology Demonstrations (ATD) Project is comprised of technology development and demonstration activities geared toward delivery of near-term benefits to air transportation systems. Arrival, departure and surface activity including terminal sequencing and spacing and air traffic flow management are several of the projects NASA is working on to make air travel safer and more reliable.
Also from this series:
NASA X series
- 1 Boeing 767-300ER
- 2 Boeing 737-800
- 3 Various Aircraft
- 4 Boeing 787-81B
- 5 Boeing 777-223(ER)
- 6 Boeing 757-225
- 7 Lockheed L-1011 TriStar
- 8 Various Aircraft
- 9 Various Aircraft
- 10 Airbus A319-112
- 11 Airbus A320-233
- 12 Boeing 777
- 13 Embraer 190-100IGW
- 14 Boeing 737-924(ER)(WL)
- 15 Unidentified Aircraft
- 16 Boeing 737
- 17 Boeing 777-312(ER)
- 18 Airbus A320
- 19 Boeing 787 Dreamliner
- 20 Dassault Falcon 20
- 21 Various Aircraft
- 22 Boeing 747
- 23 Various Aircraft
- 24 Boeing 737-8H4(WL)
- 25 Boeing 737
- 26 Airbus A320
- 27 Boeing 787-81B
- 28 Various Aircraft
- 29 Dassault Falcon 900EX
- 30 Boeing 737-924(ER)(WL)
- 31 Airbus A380-841 and Boeing 747-451
- 32 Boeing 777
- 33 Boeing 757-2B7
- 34 De Havilland Canada DHC-8-300 & Airbus A320
- 35 Airbus A319-133
- 36 Airbus A319-132
- 37 Various Aircraft
- 38 Aero Spacelines 377SGT Super Guppy
- 39 Boeing 757-222
- 40 Various Aircraft
- 41 Airbus A320
- 42 Embraer ERJ 190-100IGW 190AR
- 43 Boeing 777
- 44 Airbus A320-214
- 45 Bombardier CRJ900
- 46 Boeing 777-223(ER)
- 47 Bombardier CRJ-701ER (CL-600-2C10)
- 48 Bombardier CRJ-701ER (CL-600-2C10)
- 49 Bombardier CRJ-900LR (CL-600-2D24)
- 50 Boeing 717
- 51 Various Aircraft
- 52 Various Aircraft
- 53 Various Aircraft
- 54 Various Aircraft
- 55 Boeing 737-823(WL)
- 56 Airbus A319
- 57 Bombardier CRJ200
- 58 De Havilland Canada DHC-8-300 Dash 8
- 59 Airbus A321
- 60 Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
- 61 See also
Reg. N752AN Boeing 777-223(ER) of American Airlines. Also with a Airbus A321 of Lufthansa and an Embraer ERJ-190LR (ERJ-190-100 LR) of Finnair, registration OH-LKN, c/n 19000252 due to the oneworld livery.
Going left from the Lufthansa A321 listed above: Airbus A320 or A321 of Aeroflot mostly hidden by the American tail, Airbus A318 of TAROM, Boeing 767 of British Airways, Airbus A320 of Aer Lingus, Boeing 737 Classic of Lufthansa.
Registration N757HW, c/n 22194/5, built in 1983.
CGI. Many Airbus A320s, Boeing 737s, and an Airbus A330 of American Airlines, also with a Boeing 737 of Southwest Airlines, Boeing 737 of United Airlines, Airbus A330s of Lufthansa and Swiss International Air Lines, Airbus A320 of Delta Air Lines, and several Bombardier CRJ200s of American Eagle.
Registration N750UW, c/n 1315, built in 2000.
Registration N507VL, c/n 4832, built in 2011.
Boeing 777 of United Airlines.
Registration N53442, c/n 33536/3027, built in 2009.
Same shot seen in NASA X: Future Forward - Environmentally Responsible Aviation.
Registration 9V-SWD, c/n 34569/600, built in 2006.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner of Norwegian Long Haul a division of Norwegian Air Shuttle.
Boeing 747 of Thai Airways International.
Registration N8645A, c/n 36907/5038 built in 2014.
A Boeing 787-81B of China Southern Airlines taking off from San Francisco International Airport (SFO/KSFO). Also various aircraft on the ground, including an Airbus A380-861 of Air France, Airbus A320s of Virgin America and a Boeing 737 of American Airlines.
Registration N37420, c/n 33457/2565, built in 2008.
View from a 757 taking off of several other US Airways planes.
Registration XA-VOF, c/n 3077, built in 2007.
Registration N502VL, c/n 3463, built in 2008.
Aero Spacelines 377SGT Super Guppy
Registration N941NA, c/n 004.
Registration N757ET, c/n 24627/263, built in 1990, scrapped in September 2015. The third aircraft in the ecoDemonstrator Program, a 757-222 owned by Stifel's aircraft finance division, began flights in March 2015. The aircraft was painted in the livery of the TUI Group, which collaborated on the program.
Registration N107US, c/n 1052, built in 1999.
Reg. N752AN Boeing 777-223(ER) of American Airlines (already seen before) now behind a Embraer E170 of LOT Polish Airlines.
Reg. B-18807 Airbus A340-313 of China Airlines (c/n 541, built in 2003) is taxiing, passing from left to right in the foreground.
Registration N156GJ, c/n 10227, built in 2005.
Registration N512MJ, c/n 10109, built in 2003.
Registration N600NN, c/n 15416, built in 2016.
Landing at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT/KCLT). Tail of a ViaAir Embraer ERJ 145 on the right.
View of the American Airlines hangar at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT/KCLT). De Havilland Canada DHC-8-300 of American Eagle and several Airbus A319s of American Airlines by the hangar, including registration N745VJ c/n 1289 in a retro Allegheny Airlines livery. Closer to the camera is reg. N826AW Airbus A319-132 of American Airlines, c/n 1534, built in 2001.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT/KCLT).
Of American Airlines. Including Reg. N653AW Airbus A320-232, c/n 1003, built in 1999 and reg. N709UW Airbus A319-112, c/n 997 built in 1999, and an Airbus A321 taxiing.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT/KCLT).
Registration N916NN, c/n 31163/4333, built in 2013. Special livery "Reno Air Heritage."
Registration N802AN, c/n 40620/255, built in 2015.
- NASA X: Airspace Technology Demonstration at NASA.gov (Notice that the MP4 video file in the NASA.gov website is not really complete, missing some minutes at the end and the ending credits. The complete video (with ending credits) is in YouTube and elsewhere.)
- NASA X TV Series at Wikipedia
- NASA X TV Series at IMDb