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Airbus sets the widebody standard with its A330, A350 XWB and A380 jetliners

14 July 2014 Feature story

Widebody excellence is a fundamental part of Airbus’ DNA, tracing its roots to the company’s origins and providing the most modern and comprehensive product line, consisting of its A330, A350 XWB and A380 families. 

These jetliners are designed to serve all higher-capacity markets worldwide, a...

Maintenance programme submitted in preparation for the A350 XWB’s certification and service entry

9 July 2014 News in brief

The A350 XWB’s maintenance programme has been submitted for approval to the EASA, FAA and Transport Canada airworthiness authorities, representing a major milestone in preparations for the jetliner’s service introduction.  Definitive approval is expected during the summer, prior to the aircraft...

On track for certification: The A350 XWB flight test campaign marks key milestones

8 July 2014 News in brief

Airbus’ flight test department is moving at full-speed with all five A350-900 developmental aircraft now flying – a fleet that has accumulated more than 2,100 total hours in over 500 flights. Among the key recent achievements of the programme are crosswind tests with MSN001 in Keflavik, Iceland; MSN...

The first A350 XWB full-flight simulator is readied for airline flight crews

8 July 2014 News in brief

Airbus’ initial A350 XWB full-flight simulator – located at the company’s Flight Training Centre in Toulouse – is nearing the start-up of training operations with airline flight crews. Installed several months ago, this training device has been fine-tuned using data from the A350 XWB’s flight tests ...

Airbus’ leading wide-body aircraft Family on show at Farnborough

1 July 2014 Press Release

The A350 XWB takes centre stage with UK airshow debut

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