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30 November 2015
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Airbus pays homage to Jacques Rosay with the naming of its no. 1 A380.

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30 November 2015

A380 MSN 001 naming: Jacques Rosay_1

The name of Jacques Rosay has been added below the cockpit on Airbus’ A380 testbed aircraft, recognising the contributions of the company’s late test pilot who died in June 2015 at the age of 66

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30 November 2015

A380 MSN 001 naming: Jacques Rosay_3

Fabrice Brégier, President and Chief Executive Officer, speaks during the Toulouse, France ceremony to name Airbus’ no. 1 A380 after Jacques Rosay, the company’s late test pilot who passed away in June 2015

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30 November 2015

A380 MSN 001 naming: Jacques Rosay_4

In addition to being the first pilot to fly the A380, Jacques Rosay also made contributions to development and certification activities for the A318, A319, A330-200, A340-600, and A340-500 while with Airbus

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30 November 2015

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Airbus’ late Chief Test Pilot Jacques Rosay was honoured for his professionalism, as well as his humility and down-to-earth attitude, during a ceremony this month in Toulouse, France to formally name the company’s no. 1 A380 after him

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30 November 2015

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Jacques Rosay was the first pilot to fly Airbus’ A380 aircraft and served as the company’s Chief Test Pilot from 2000 to 2011

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The no. 1 A380, which continues to serve as Airbus’ flight test aircraft, has been named after late company test pilot Jacques Rosay, who was the first to fly the 21st century flagship and also contributed to development and certification activities for the A318, A319, A330-200, A340-600, and A340-500 while with Airbus. 
During a naming ceremony for A380 MSN 001 (Manufacturer’s Serial Number 1) at Airbus’ Toulouse, France headquarters facility this month, Rosay was recognized for his professional qualities, as well as his humility and down-to-earth attitude. Rosay’s name has been added below the cockpit windows on the A380 testbed aircraft.  
With a true passion for aviation, Rosay served as Airbus’ Chief Test Pilot from 2000 to 2011. He died on 12 June 2015 at the age of 66.
A380 MSN 001 naming: Jacques Rosay_1
 

The name of Jacques Rosay has been added below the cockpit on Airbus’ A380 testbed aircraft, recognising the contributions of the company’s late test pilot who died in June 2015 at the age of 66

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