From left to right: Alain Pourchet: Test Flight Pilot Engineer Jean-Philippe Cottet: Flight Test Engineer Gert Wunderlich: Flight Test Engineer Thomas Wilhelm: Experimental Test Pilot Emiliano Requena Esteban: Flight Test Engineer Thierry Bourges: Experimental Test PilotMASTERFILMS
Airbus' no. 1 A330neo – an A330-900 version – accelerates down the runway at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport before lifting off on its maiden flight performed 19 October 2017 Fabrice Brégier, Airbus COO & President of Airbus Commercial and Didier EvrardAirbus - Master Films - Celine Sadonnet
Airbus is presenting a development study for an enhanced A380, the “A380plus”. The study includes aerodynamic improvements in particular new, large winglets and other wing refinements that allow for up to 4% fuel burn savings.
Take an inside look at the painting process used by Airbus for its no. 1 A330neo jetliner, which will perform is first flight from Toulouse-Blagnac Airport on 19 October 2017.
See our first A330neo performing Rolls-RoyceTrent 7000 engines run and rejected take-off latest major tests before its first flight
Toulouse, September 26th, 2017 – Airbus’ A340 laminar-flow “BLADE” test demonstrator aircraft (A340-300 MSN001) has made its successful maiden flight for the EU-sponsored Clean Sky “Blade” project. The aircraft, dubbed “Flight Lab”, took off from the Tarbes aerodrome in southern France at local time 11:00, and after a series of successful tests it landed at Airbus’ facilities in Toulouse Blagnac. The overall flight time was 3hrs/38mins.
The first A330neo took off this morning at Blagnac in Toulouse, France at 09.57 hrs local time, for its maiden flight taking place over south-western France.
Find the presentation from the A330neo First Flight event : A330neo Flight Test Campaign Presentation from Patrick du Ché - head of Flight & Integration Tests
Find the presentation from the A330neo First Flight event : Rolls-Royce Trent 7000