Against Brexit Backdrop, Can U.K. Remain The Leading Wing Manufacturer?

Credit: GKN Aerospace
Whether they are blended with bodies, braced by trusses, have embedded engines or are attached to conventional fuselages, future airliners will have wings. The shape of those wings, how they are made and where, will depend on when the next generations of commercial aircraft emerge. On both sides of...

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