Airbus reached the 1,500-mark for the number commercial aircraft in service across North America with an A321 delivered to American Airlines from Mobile, Alabama, which is home to the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility.AIRBUS
The 50th shipset of major component assemblies for an A320 Family jetliner arrives in Alabama for assembly at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility after a sea voyage from Hamburg, Germany.AIRBUS USA
After completing a transatlantic voyage from Hamburg, Germany, the aft fuselage for the 50th A320 Family jetliner to be built in the U.S. is transported from the Port of Mobile, Alabama to the nearby Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility.AIRBUS USA
At Mobile, Alabama, the 50th A320 Family jetliner fuselage for build-up in the United States is transported to the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility after its transatlantic crossing from Hamburg, Germany.AIRBUS USA
Airbus Aerial is helping hurricane recovery efforts in the southeastern US by granting insurance companies access to its library of aerial base maps and data analytics of the affected region. The sample above shows the company’s drone-captured imagery with data layers of Rockport, Texas.
Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) had taken delivery of its first A321neo, becoming the launch operator of the version of the aircraft powered by Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM geared turbofan engines.www.bildwerk-lange.deBengt LangeElsastrasse 39a22083 Hamburg
The tail camera of the Airbus Perlan Mission II pressurized glider captures a panoramic view from the world-record setting altitude of 52,172 feet, which pilots Jim Payne and Morgan Sandercock attained in their engineless craft on Sept. 3 in the skies over the Patagonian region of Argentina. (Photo courtesy Perlan Project.)Perlan Project
Airbus Perlan Mission II pilots Jim Payne (left) and Morgan Sandercock emerge from the cockpit after setting a new glider world altitude record Sept. 3, soaring to 52,172 feet in the pressurized craft that was carried aloft by rare “stratospheric mountain waves” in the Andes Mountains near El Calafate, Argentina. Photo by Jackie Payne, Perlan Project.Perlan Project