The sky’s no longer the limit. The development of our innovative Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine (SABRE) is enabling us to go beyond everything that has gone before – from making space and hypersonic travel more efficient and more accessible, to applying our latest breakthroughs to bring a step-change in performance and efficiency to an array of commercial industries. We’re making it possible.
Meet our new class of hypersonic engine designed to propel both high speed aircraft and spacecraft.
Discover how our groundbreaking Applied Technologies division is set to revolutionise a range of commercial industries.
Explore the innovative manufacturing technology behind our development of the world’s most powerful cooling systems.
Our people are truly dedicated to making beyond possible. Every single day.
As the aviation industry explores evermore innovative ways in which it can become more sustainable, a leading figure in this campaign is a company called Ampaire.
We have successfully tested our innovative precooler at airflow temperature conditions representing Mach 5, or five times the speed of sound, marking a significant milestone in the development of our SABRE engine and paving the way for a revolution in hypersonic flight and space access.
New government funding will help leading UK space technology company Reaction Engines bring low-carbon space propulsion one step closer through its ground-breaking SABRE technology programme.
We are delighted to announce that Philippa Davies has been appointed Head of Engineering, a role which will see her more directly involved in shaping the direction of the business as she leads the entire Reaction Engines’ engineering organisation
Dr Helen Webber has joined the ATI’s FlyZero propulsion team as the Fuel and Thermal Systems Lead on a one year’s secondment
We are pleased to announce that we have completed the testing of two vital sub-systems of SABRE; the HX3 heat exchanger and the advanced hydrogen preburner. These sub-systems supply heat energy and air to the air-breathing core of the engine. Alongside our partners at Airborne Engineering and S&C Thermofluids, we have been able to conduct agile and robust testing campaigns in challenging circumstances. These experiments have yielded high levels of insight and expertise and are the latest in a wider series designed to validate SABRE technology.