Linking ingenuity and data takes more than Spec 2000
Does the airline industry use today's technology to its fullest? Wolfgang Mayrhuber (see photo) definitely believes it does not. Lufthansa's recently retired chairman and CEO is a thoughtful engineer who passionately advocates harnessing technology to drive efficiencies, and he wants to see next-gen aircraft employed in an optimal way. Compare next-gen aircraft to birds: “If birds get resistance, they slow down, and if they have a tailwind, they fly faster,” said Mayrhuber at Aviation ...
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