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The A350-900 visits MAKS air show in Russia

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Aeroflot becomes first Russian airline with Sharklet equipped A320

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Rostec and Airbus Launch Russian Sustainable Aviation Fuels

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Airbus and Aerolia celebrate 500th ship-set from Irkut Corporation

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Airbus shows its latest products at MAKS airshow in Russia

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A380, to wow crowds at MAKS airshow

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Aeroflot takes delivery of its 100th Airbus aircraft, an A330

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Engineering careers with airbus highlighted at futures day

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The A400M showcases new-generation capabilities during ongoing Asian tour

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Fabrice Brégier will become the Chief Executive Officer of Airbus

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Transaero Airlines’ Airbus A321_2
03 August 2015

Transaero Airlines’ Airbus A321_2

Russian carrier Transaero Airlines plans to operate its A321 aircraft on premium international routes, taking advantage of a spacious configuration that offers unbeatable passenger comfort

Transaero Airlines’ Airbus A321_1
03 August 2015

Transaero Airlines’ Airbus A321_1

The first Airbus A321 aircraft to join the fleet of Russia’s Transaero Airlines is equipped with CFM56 engines and features a two-class cabin seating 184 passengers

Transaero Airlines’ Airbus A321_3
03 August 2015

Transaero Airlines’ Airbus A321_3

With an A321 jetliner delivered as part of Transaero Airlines’ contract with ICBC Leasing, the Russian carrier becomes a new operator of Airbus aircraft

Transaero Airlines’ first Airbus A321 Julia Kuzmina, @TRANSAERO Julia Kuzmina
03 August 2015

Transaero Airlines’ first Airbus A321

A ceremony at Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, Russia, marked the handover of Transaero Airlines’ initial Airbus A321 aircraft, which was delivered as part of the Russian carrier’s contract with ICBC Leasing

Julia Kuzmina, @TRANSAERO Julia Kuzmina

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20 October 2016

A350 XWB route proving: The jetliner’s fourth trip

Airbus’ next-generation A350 XWB completed its four-trip route-proving campaign – which is designed to demonstrate the aircraft’s readiness for airline operations and is part of the final stage toward certification. On its fourth trip, this highly-efficient jetliner made stops in Doha, Qatar, Perth, Australia, Moscow, Russia and Helsinki, Finland to wrap up a campaign that amassed some 81,700 naut. mi. in approximately 180 flight hours. The A350 XWB performed as expected and on schedule at each destination, and is expected to achieve Type Certification in the third quarter of 2014.

 
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