PUBLISHED: 14:31 GMT, 02 June 2014 | UPDATED: 22:28 GMT, 02 June 2014

 

A British airline is investigating the use of drones to inspect planes which may have been damaged after flying into birds or being hit by lightning. EasyJet says the technology is likely to be more efficient and effective than man-power alone.

 

Drones to inspect damaged planes

 

 

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