Electrification for airplane taxiing on display on Paris Air Show

Two aerospace giants, America's Honeywell and France's Safran, have developed an electric taxiing system for airplanes, and demonstrated it in an Airbus A320 at this year's Paris Air Show. The system – which goes by the name of EGTS (Electric Green Taxiing System) – fits two 50 kW electric motors...

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