Rotary wing aircraft for passenger transport by 2050

25 April 2019
18 h 30 min | 20 h 00 min

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By Jean-Pierre Dubreuil, former Secretary General of the Eurocopter Group, Member of AAE

Rotary wing aircraft have some specific properties that make them suitable, even essential, for a wide range of missions. However, they are hampered by certain aspects mainly linked to the aircraft itself which researchers are endeavouring to correct. his lecture describes the mainly technical solutions that would enable helicopters to increase their share of the passenger transport market. After highlighting a complex set of problems faced by passenger transport by rotorcraft, the possibility of an evolution capable of generating new growth will be discussed.


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