See the highlights from Airbus’ presence at the 2017 Dubai Airshow, during which the company announced a total of 510 new aircraft orders and commitments – including the historic Memorandum of Understanding for 430 A320neo Family jetliners negotiated by private equity firm Indigo Partners for operation by four ultra-low-cost airlines in its portfolio.
Philippe Bohn, the CEO of Air Sénégal – which signed a Memorandum of Understanding for two A330neo jetliners at the 2017 Dubai Airshow – explains the operational advantages these aircraft will bring.
Airbus and Indigo Partners’ four portfolio airlines have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the purchase of 430 A320neo Family aircraft. This record-setting agreement – made public at the 2017 Dubai Airshow – marked Airbus’ largest-ever commercial jetliner announcement.
JetSMART Airlines is one of four Indigo Partners portfolio airlines that will receive A320 Family jetliners as part of the historic 430-aircraft Memorandum of Understanding announced at the 2017 Dubai Airshow. The operator’s CEO and Founder, Estuardo Ortiz, discusses the agreement in this video clip.
Enrique Beltranena, CEO of Volaris – one of Indigo Partners’ four portfolio airlines that will receive A320neo Family jetliners as part of an historic 430-aircraft Memorandum of Understanding – speaks at the 2017 Dubai Airshow.
Airbus' presence during the Dubai Airshow's busy second day is captured in this video. Among the highlights is a crowd-pleasing flight demonstration performed by the company's A350 XWB widebody jetliner.
Speaking from inside an A330neo, Airbus SVP Marketing François Caudron highlights key advantages of the company's “Airspace by Airbus” cabin brand – which is transforming the flying experience for passengers.
Direct from the 2017 Dubai Airshow, ACJ VP Commercial Chadi Saade explains how the ACJ319 corporate jet responds to customer requirements with its best-in-class range, comfort and reliability.
The 2017 Dubai Airshow’s opening day included a key presence from Airbus. Among the highlights was a flight presentation performed by the company’s no. 2 A350-900 test aircraft.
Learn more about the A330neo’s successful maiden flight – performed 19 October 2017 – in follow-up interviews with Airbus Commercial Aircraft Chief Operating Officer Tom Williams and Experimental Test Pilot Thomas Wilhelm.
With a six-person test crew aboard, Airbus’ A330neo completes its four-hour maiden flight from Toulouse, France on 19 October 2017. The activity – conducted from Toulouse-Blagnac Airport in southwestern France – marks the start of this new-generation jetliner's flight test and certification campaign.
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.
Assembly of the milestone first A330neo – which is one of three development aircraft to be used for the jetliner programme's certification process – is shown during a “fast forward” video clip. The A330neo's first flight is planned for 19 October from France's Toulouse-Blagnac Airport.
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.
On 20 September Airbus inaugurated its A330 Completion and Delivery Centre in Tianjin, taking a further step in the expansion of its global footprint and partnership with China. Julien Montcru Head of Operations Completion Centre A330 comes back on this human adventure
On 20 September Airbus inaugurated its A330 Completion and Delivery Centre in Tianjin, taking a further step in the expansion of its global footprint and partnership with China. A great human adventure between Europe and China.