The new tech transforming commercial aviation

The COVID-19 pandemic may have grounded commercial airline fleets, but aviation has been pushing forward behind the scenes with innovations that will redefine how we all will be travelling in the future. Tom Batchelor reports

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Additive manufacturing using technology such as EOS’s LaserProFusion is revolutionising aviation
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Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the scale and pace of change in the commercial aviation industry has been impressive, with advances in fuel and propulsion accelerating the shift away from fossil fuels, alongside progress in parts manufacturing and aircraft maintenance. AIR International details technology recently launched or under development that will be transforming air travel.

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