Airplane Fueling Technology Plant Opens ({{commentsTotal}})

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ElectroAir, Estonia's first aviation technology development and production factory, will be opened today in the outskirts of Tallinn.

The plant will produce airplane fueling technology that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and noise, reported ETV.

The company's converters make the equipment compatible with most aircraft and the technology has been engineered for use in difficult weather conditions.

Construction of the 2,000-square-meter plant began in March.

ElectroAir also organizes training for aircraft service engineers.



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