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Latest Aviation News MRO & Support JUST WHERE WILL AIRBUS'S SKYWISE PLATFORM GO?

Just where will Airbus's Skywise platform go?

Romain Guillot
21/06/2019 | 402 words
Just where will Airbus's Skywise platform go?
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Airbus's Skywise aviation data platform is moving forward and moving quickly. The European aircraft manufacturer will be revealing the identities of its next customer airlines at the 53rd Le Bourget airshow. The latest figures announced during the manufacturer's Innovation Days in Toulouse already indicated 72 airlines and over 7000 planes connected, with Airbus's boss Guillaume Faury confirming that the objective of 100 user airlines and 10 000 planes could be reached before the end of the year.

As we were able to witness at the latest MRO Americas (...)
 
 
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