Airbus has signed a memorandum of understanding with EGTS International, a joint venture between Safran and Honeywell Aerospace, to develop an electric pushback and taxiing solution for the A320 family without using their main engines. Airbus will evaluate EGTS International’s Electric Green Taxiing System as a new option on the A320 family, referred to as eTaxi. This option would allow the aircraft to push back from the gate without a tug, taxi out to the runway and return to the gate ...

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