Airbus’ commitment to minimise the environmental impact of commercial jetliners throughout their life cycle is reinforced at Tarmac Aerosave, a new affiliate company that dismantles retired aircraft using eco-friendly methods.
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An Airbus affiliate company that dismantles retired aircraft using environmentally-friendly methods is proving a success, with six aircraft and one set of wings having been recycled at the facility since its inauguration in mid-2009.
A new production line process developed in partnership with Airbus is being tested at the company's Composite Technology Centre in Stade, Germany for use in Airbus jetliners.
Industry joint effort enabled evaluation of safe conditions of flight
Scheduled development test flights did not show any abnormalities after multi-hour evaluations performed in European airspace.
Airline to continue expansion across Asian region
Industry joins forces to find a safe way to resume flights
Airbus' new Chinese final assembly line recently delivered its 18th aircraft to date - an A320 to China Southern Airlines, which operates the largest Airbus fleet in the country. Output at this modern Tianjin-based facility will be ramped up to four aircraft monthly by the end of 2011 to meet China'...
Stephane Ginoux has been named Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Japan, succeeding Glen S. Fukushima, who becomes Chairman of the organisation. In his new role, Ginoux will assume responsibility for all Airbus activities in Japan - including marketing, commercial strategy and customer relations - ...
Growing an all Airbus eco-efficient fleet The French private airline Aigle Azur has received its first directly purchased brand new Airbus A319 at a delivery ceremony in Hamburg yesterday. This new aircraft will join Aigle Azur's fleet of ten A320 Family aircraft, comprising three A319s, three A320s...