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EasyJet will use drones to inspect its aircraft

London, United Kingdom - "Checks that would usually take more than a day could be performed in a couple of hours"

EasyJet announced its intention to start with the usage of drones (remote-piloted aircraft) to inspect its fleet of 220 Airbus airplanes. UK's largest company in terms of passengers carried started a partnership with Coptercraft, Measurement Solutions and Bristol Robotics Laboratory in order to utilize the UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) to scan and assess the planes reporting back to engineers on...

AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency - 1159991

AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency