Aircraft Maintenance Technology

MAR 2018

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sion architecture for a single-aisle aircraft at the scale of the A320 family. This takes Airbus into the power range of around 20 mw for cruise and 40 mw of max power –another order of magnitude over the E Fan X. 20XX New Single Aisle Aircraft In several Airbus presentations we could see — and from talks with their representatives — we could perceive the remote target on this path called Airbus 20XX of which little was disclosed. This is going to be a technological successor of the E-Fan X project and should enter service as a commercial single aisle airliner. This is the third installment in our series on Electrification and E–Aircraft. We hope you find it as interesting as we do. Future articles will dive into more activities of aircraft manufacturers, propulsion and energy storage, and the regulatory and certification aspects as well as what we you may expect relating to technicians and maintenance on these new flying machines. INFOGRAPHIC E Fan X AIRBUS ServiceElements People are your company's most important assets. Professional Development Programs: • Management and Leadership • Supervisory and Lead • Customer Service • Organizational Resource Management • Sales and Marketing • Project Management • Human Factors • Communications • Team work • Phone Etiquette • and many more… www.ServiceElements.com 480-538-0123

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