It also looked to commercial aircraft flying in a V-shaped formation to save power by taking advantage of the airflow generated by the plane in front and the “aircraft carrier” system in which a large aircraft carries individual units that can be released over a destination and float down to the designated area where the passenger needs to go.
“The UK aerospace sector already employs over 100,000 people around the country and is worth over £29 billion a year to our economy, but we need to take action now to ensure this sector can continue to thrive and grow.
“There is great potential for new UK aerospace technologies, but in order to compete with emerging nations, we need to set up a strategic vision for UK aerospace, establish a new dedicated aerospace research body and restore research and development funding to pre-recession levels.”
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