EasyJet trialing drone for aircraft inspections

Credit: By Victoria Moores
UK-based low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet hopes to have a hovering drone in service “in 12-18 months” to conduct aircraft inspections, easyJet revealed at its Innovation Day meeting at Milan-Malpensa Airport. Inspections are required to check for damage, for example, following a lightning strike...

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