While most of EasyJet’s maintenance for its aircraft fleet takes place outside of its hangars using third-party providers, its investment in technology across its UK facilities has remained consistent. In 2014, it began trials using drones for inspection work on airframes to identify potential damage after events such as lightning strikes. More recently, it has explored predictive analytics, and this year it signed up to Airbus’ Skywise platform aimed at helping its engineers ...

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