Aeronautics : a generation nailed to the ground - The Point

"a single shot, the planes stopped flying," recalls Charles Champion, 65, the president of the engineering school Isae-Supaéro, an ace of the profession who h

Aeronautics : a generation nailed to the ground - The Point

"a single shot, the planes stopped flying," recalls Charles Champion, 65, the president of the engineering school Isae-Supaéro, an ace of the profession who has spent nearly forty years at Airbus. In Toulouse, the French kingdom of the aerospace, contemplate a sky once again become the playground of exclusive birds there is nothing soothing or bucolic. Because the consequences are known and quickly apparent : the aircraft manufacturer Airbus has reduced its production to a third party as early as April, its sub-contractors have been immediately caught in the net, and deletions, among other things...

Article reserved to subscribers

Already a subscriber ?

sign in

Not a subscriber yet ?

Subscribe

LYDIE LECARPENTIER/Sheave for "THE POINT" (x4)

This article is from

the Point of the week

Read now
Updated Date: 02 July 2020, 11:33

You need to login to comment.

Please register or login.

RELATED NEWS