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British Airways’ remote-control pushback vehicles reach record 100,000 departures

British Airways celebrated its 100,000th aircraft pushback using the airline’s fully-electric, remote-controlled Mototok devices, which have been used to swiftly manoeuvre the airline’s 140-strong short-haul fleet out to the runway for take-off for the last two years. It is the first and only airline to use the eco-friendly, emissions-free Mototok tugs, which replace traditional diesel […]

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