Aerospace has always been about pushing limits. To realize how fast and fundamental future changes will be, let’s first look back: Where did European aerospace stand 25 years ago, when I entered the industry?  In the mid-1990s, European horizons ended at national borders. Industrial consolidation on a national level was well underway—but cross-border cooperation was limited to joint ventures in the fields of missiles, satellites and helicopters.  This changed with the ...

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