Aircraft manufacturer, Airbus has implemented a 3D printed titanium bracket on its series production commercial aircraft the A350 XWB.
Airbus and its partner Arconic – an advanced manufacturing and engineering company – reveals that this could be just a first step into using 3D printing technology for aircraft production, and other complex 3D printed parts have already been flown on text aeroplanes.
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An aircraft crashed into a catering truck at Manchester airport this morning leaving the wing of the plane ‘embedded’ in the side of the vehicle.
None of around 60 passengers or crew on board the ATR 72 twin turboprop were hurt by the impact, but did feel a jolt as they made impact with the truck.
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An Air India aircraft hit a parked ground cooling unit at around 10pm on Friday while the flight was taxing, fortunately no one was harmed in the incident.
"During taxing into the bay, the number 1 engine outboard side hit into a parked ground cool unit at bay C33," Said an Air India spokesperson. The cooling units are used to maintain temperatures inside the aircraft.
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Air France has unveiled its new low-cost airline ‘Joon’ which it says is aimed at millennials. The new airline is “especially aimed at a young working clientele, the millennials (18 to 35 year-olds), whose lifestyles revolve around digital technology" Air France said in a statement, but have not yet expanded on what technology will be used.
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Wow Air CEO Skúli Mogensen has predicted that in the future base airline tickets will be free, and airlines may even pay you to travel with them.
Morgensen believes that the pirce of the ticket will eventually become almost irrelevant as airlines rely more on add-ons such as baggage collection, seat selection, and in-flight meals.
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