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Balancing comfort and emissions in aviation

Author : Dave Walsha, EMS

06 January 2023

Despite being hit hard by the pandemic, the aviation industry is finally starting to recover. While customers expect more and more comfort features on their flights, the aviation industry must also address its emissions problem. Here, Dave Walsha, Sales Manager at EMS, explores how electric motors can reduce aircraft fuel consumption, while still providing luxury.

There is a growing trend of passengers looking for increased luxury and comfort on aeroplanes. In 2019, there were 21,979 active private jets registered around the world, and industry predictions suggest this fleet will grow by 7,300 by 2030.

Even on commercial flights, the introduction of premium economy – a halfway point between economy and business class – has made luxury travel more accessible to the masses. 

Motorised comfort
There is a market trend toward using motorised features that provide comfort at the push of a button...

Read the full article in DPA's January issue

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