Airbus has been testing new technologies that will assist pilots during operations in the air and on the ground. Called DragonFly, the system can alleviate the task of pilots during taxiing at airports but also automatically guide the aircraft to an airport and land...
What is the next step after full automatic landings? Full automatic take-offs, of course. Airbus has succeeded in doing this on December 18, the company announced four weeks later on January 16. An A350-1000 test aircraft performed the first fully automatic...
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