WheelTug Backlog Adds 10 More 737NGs

Following on from the 135 new reservations received earlier this week, WheelTug Aircraft Drive Systems has announced a deal with Corendon Airlines, adding a further 10 737NGs to its backlog. The WheelTug electric drive system uses electric motors that are installed in the nose gear wheels of an aircraft, providing mobility on the ground without the need for jet engines or tugs for pushback and taxi operations.

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