LONDON — Eurocopter has retired its record-breaking X3 high-speed technology demonstrator from flight for now, but is undecided about its future. The aircraft, which was revealed to the world in September 2010, is understood to have formally completed flying operations shortly after the Paris air show in June, and is now in storage awaiting a decision on future uses. During its career, the aircraft conducted more than 200 flights, logging more than 150 flight hours, participated in a ...


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