The AFG and ARFG Neecenow
series airliners offer the world a
new generation of air transport, dreamt of for generations. London to
nearly the longest flight in the world - would be just 3 hours away;
despite the speed, air-fares may be as much as half those of present
expected fuel cost hikes.
Neecenow’s development begins this year the Aceson programs FXG
test aircraft. Aceson Corporate Bond funds may allow construction work
on the first FXG
begin by early next year. The FXG test aircraft is a vital link to
hypersonic airliner. It will develop the aerodynamics for the nose cone
fuselage geometries as well as the power plants for safe hypersonic
Neecenow production and development will be subsidised by Briggs's
J2000 HYT programme,
which is a heavily modified version of the larger ARFG
Neecenow. With the
introduction of the HYT to a fraction of today's costs, the space
grow due to the significantly lower cost of spaceflight.
Sharing the cost of production reduces the purchase price of both
hypersonic jets. This has the effect of reducing the costs to airlines
meaning the type is more likely to sell in large numbers, and also
means the repayment costs are lower, reducing airfares by requiring
fewer ticket sales to pay the airliner off.
the AFG and ARFG Neecenow save money for airline buyers via
efficiency of hypersonic speed reducing the fuel
to complete a trip. It travels in the smooth upper atmosphere where
less drag and no turbulence. The heat of the air moving at tremendous
speed can be recycled as thrust, promoting further efficiencies
unavailable to subsonic airliners.
The hypersonic era is not only a tremendous upgrade to commercial
for all global economic business and tourism. Having any destination 3
less away means improved opportunities and savings for
Tourism will benefit substantially from improved travel times.
takes over 24 hours to fly from London to Sydney (a 48 hour round trip:
more than a full working week). Neecenow
will take just 6 hours for the same flight.