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Airbus plans changes in aircraft design to combat COVID-like viruses

Aircraft manufacturer Airbus plans to incorporate “healthier’ changes in the aircraft design to combat COVID-like viruses, executive vice president engineering Jean-Brice Dumont told CNBC-TV18 in an exclusive interview.

“There will be changes for sure. Safety was key for decades, security became very important over last 10-20 years and now it is health. Health has been a key priority. We definitely need to think of improvements to be much more resilient to COVID-19 or other viruses in future. We need to think design of our next aircraft differently,” Dumont said.

“We are very committed to ensure confidence or travellers. We have thought of lots of improvements in aircraft design for short to medium term. We have anti-microbial, anti-viral…

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