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TAM Airlines becomes first A350 XWB operator from the Americas

18 December 2015 Press Release

Most efficient wide body offers passengers new-generation flying experience

First A350 XWB for TAM Airlines makes its maiden flight

1 December 2015 Press Release

TAM Airlines’ first A350 XWB has successfully taken off from Toulouse International Airport in France. The aircraft now progresses to the final production phase which includes further ground checks and flight tests, before delivery to TAM Airlines in December.

TAM will become the first airline from...

Ethiopian Airlines first A350 XWB takes shape

10 November 2015 Press Release

The first Airbus A350-900 for Ethiopian Airlines is taking shape on the Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse, France.  Ethiopian Airlines will be the first African A350 XWB operator when it takes delivery of the aircraft next year.

Ethiopian Airlines will operate 14 A350 XWB of which 12 are d...

“Shades” livery now also on new A330neo

7 November 2015 Press Release

Airbus’ A330neo is joining the A350 XWB in its distinctive cockpit windscreen design.

“The A330neo complement the A350 XWB in the new Airbus Long-Range family, so it was only natural that the A330neo should  have the same cockpit shades design than its larger sibling” said Eric Zanin, Head of ...

Airbus’ A350-1000 Trent XWB-97 engine begins flight-test campaign on A380 flying-test-bed

5 November 2015 Press Release

The A350-1000’s new engine – the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-97 – has successfully made its first flight-test aboard Airbus’ dedicated A380 “Flying-Test-Bed” aircraft. The aircraft took off from Airbus’ facilities in Toulouse and performed a flight of 4 hours, 14 mins during which the engine covered a wid...

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