Airbus has successfully performed the ‘Maximum Energy Rejected Take-Off’ (MERTO) test with the A350 MSN001 on the morning of Saturday 19th July at Istres Air Force Base in France. MERTO, which follows on from the previous ‘High Energy Rejected Take-Off’ (HERTO) preparation test conducted by MSN001 t...
Step inside the all-new A350 XWB with Issue no. 6 of the “Shaping Efficiency” A350 XWB interactive magazine.
Airbus’ e-magazine – which has followed the A350 XWB widebody from development, to its maiden flight and test and certification campaign – spotlights this highly efficient aircraft’s spaciou...
Airbus’ support for increasing the efficiency of in-service aircraft benefits both customers and the environment
Airbus is committed to helping its operators save fuel – and help their bottom line – with the eco-friendly operation of in-service aircraft, a key aspect of Airbus’ comprehensive environmental approach that addresses all aspects of the product lifecycle.
Wrapping up its best performance ever at a biennial Farnborough Airshow, Airbus logged new business for 496 aircraft – including 133 widebody jetliners with agreements involving the newly-launched A330neo and in-production A330ceo versions, along with the soon-to-enter-service A350 XWB.
Airbus is going the “Xtra” mile to ensure the A350 XWB’s successful service entry – developing its own “airline” – designated Airline 1 – to evaluate the A350 XWB in typical operating conditions.