EasyJet goes high-tech for better maintenance

EasyJet is applying innovative technologies to maintain its 220 Airbus A319s and A320s. The airline is working with CopterCraft, Measurement Solutions and Bristol Robotics Laboratory so that drones can inspect its Airbus fleet, scanning and assessing the planes and reporting to engineers on any...

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