THE GREATEST ADVANCE IN PROPULSION SINCE THE JET ENGINE
Reaction Engines Secures Funding to Enable Development of SABRE Demonstrator Engine

Reaction Engines Ltd. announces today the signing of a €10m Development Contract with the European Space Agency, finalising the UK Government’s £60m commitment.


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REL Strengthens Management Team and Establishes US-based Subsidiary

REL has appointed Mark Wood to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer & Engineering Director, and has established a new US-based subsidiary, Reaction Engines Inc. to support the expansion of the company’s development efforts and engage with potential US government and industry partners.


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REL and BAE Systems to develop a ground breaking new aerospace engine

BAE Systems plc and Reaction Engines Limited today announced a strategic investment by BAE Systems and a working collaboration to accelerate Reaction Engines’ development of SABRE – a new aerospace engine class that combines both jet and rocket technologies with the potential to revolutionise hypersonic flight and the economics of space access.


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The SABRE Engine

Developed by Reaction Engines over the last 20 years, SABRE is a new engine class that can operate in both air-breathing and rocket modes. The SABRE rocket engine enables aircraft to cruise at speeds of up to five times the speed of sound in the atmosphere or fly directly into Earth orbit.

 

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The SKYLON Spaceplane

To demonstrate the application of SABRE engines to space access, REL has designed SKYLON, the first vehicle designed to be powered by SABRE engines.

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