• Iran selects Airbus for its civil aviation renewal

     In a significant step for modernising Iran’s commercial aviation sector, Iranian officials have signed two agreements with Airbus at the Elysée Palace during Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s official visit to France. One agreement covers Iran Air’s acquisition of 118 Airbus jetliners – 73 widebodies and 45 single-aisle aircraft – and includes pilot and maintenance training and support services. The other is a comprehensive cooperation agreement to develop air navigation services, airport and aircraft operations, regulatory harmonisation, technical and academic training, maintenance, repair and industrial cooperation in the country. This video provides highlights from the signing at Elysée Palace, along with commentary from Airbus President and CEO Fabrice Brégier.

     produced on 28 January 2016
    duration : 1 minute 58 seconds
  • The year in review: Airbus' 2015 highlights

    This video recaps a wide range of commercial and operational achievements for Airbus during 2015. Highlights for the year included the company’s 9,000th total aircraft delivery, the official inauguration of the new U.S.-based A320 Family final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama, as well as key milestones for the company’s market-leading product line of advanced and modern jetliners. In 2015, Airbus booked more than 1,000 net orders, while delivering a company-record 635 aircraft to customers. 

     produced on 11 January 2016
    duration : 3 minutes 59 seconds
  • The history of aviation safety: Putting passengers’ safety first

    Significant improvements in safety have been made since the start of commercial aviation, allowing it to become a trusted mode of transportation that connects people and boosts businesses. In this video Airbus recaps the key improvements which have made air travel safer and more reliable since the 1940s. This includes developments such as improvements in aircraft technology, as well as enhancements in flight training, navigation and air traffic control. The aviation industry continues to evolve, but its top priority is the same: getting passengers to their destinations safely. 

     produced on 01 December 2015
    duration : 3 minutes 45 seconds
  • The A350-1000 Trent XWB-97 engine takes flight

    The Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-97 – which is the new engine for Airbus’ A350-1000 – successfully completed its first flight test on 5 November 2015, aboard the company’s dedicated A380 “Flying-Test-Bed” aircraft. This video clip highlights key moments from the milestone evaluation, which began from Airbus’ facilities in Toulouse and lasted approximately four hours. 

     produced on 06 November 2015
    duration : 2 minutes 28 seconds
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