Hi Fly to test new wingtip aerodynamic devices on an A330

    Hi Fly Airline, The Mirpuri Foundation, and The Aircraft Performance Company GmbH announced (31-May-2021) one of the carrier’s A330s will be fitted with a ‘TRINITAIR’ wingtip aerodynamic device. The new device is expected to produce up to a 2% reduction in fuel burn compared to the existing wingtip devices on the aircraft. Hi Fly is the first airline to test the devices, which are intended to serve as a cost-effective retrofit solution for in-service aircraft. Installation of the devices is designed to take just a single day. [more – original PR]

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