Wheeltug has been working on its e-taxi solution for several years. The company today demonstrated its e-taxi solution today in Memphis, TN. The aircraft used comes from a Spanish airline and is a 737NG. Most of the deals Wheeltug has to date is with Boeing 737...
WheelTug has completed a test in Memphis of its nosewheel-based e-taxi system. The tests demonstrated the system achieved the full performance spectrum and exceeded its performance targets and also demonstrated it has greatly enhanced aircraft maneuverability needed...
It has been a while since we last heard about this part of the industry. Low fuel costs pushed it down people’s consciousness. Now that fuel prices are rising again, its coming back. Since the last fuel price spike, the leading contender, WheelTug modified...
Most airline delays occur on the ground. Ground operations have long been static because the fundamentals of aircraft pushback and taxiing have not changed much. Nevertheless, there seem to be some real opportunities to save time, especially by reducing a common...
Airline flight operations are manifestly impacted by many exogenous events. e-Taxi company, WheelTug, has developed a method of helping airlines solve the gate pushback as part of flight operations. Based on an analysis of nearly 7,000 flights, using FlightWatching,...
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