It’s fair to say that the Paris Airshow is a big deal in the aerospace calendar. Well, when I say big, I mean so big that my mobile phone App clocked almost 30 miles of walking in the three days I attended...

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It’s fair to say that the Paris Airshow is a big deal in the aerospace calendar. Well, when I say big, I mean so big that my mobile phone App clocked almost 30 miles of walking in the three days I attended.

This was my sixth visit, and one where I felt the Paris Airshow was treading water in that there was nothing especially new or outstanding on show from a manufacturing standpoint. All the usual suspects were there: robot arms gyrated and Industry 4.0 maps navigated, but one overriding message is that our industry is in need of a ‘greener’ conscience...

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