• Eye in the sky: aircraft inspection by drone

    Airbus Head of Quality Nathalie Ducombeau explains the innovative quality control process of using drones for visually inspecting new production aircraft prior to their handover to customers. The drones follow an automatic flight control system supervised by a human pilot – taking aerial photos that are compiled in a 3D-digital model, recorded in a database, and then analysed. The result is significant savings in time. 

     produced on 13 July 2016
    duration : 1 minute 42 seconds
  • I Fly A380 - Interview of Airbus’ Digital Transformation Officer Marc Fontaine

    More than 130 million passengers have enjoyed the A380 experience. Now, Airbus has launched the new “I Fly A380” website to connect passengers and make flying the A380 even easier.  Airbus’ Digital Transformation Officer Marc Fontaine explains this new website – that allows people to browse all A380 flights, destinations and airlines, then book tickets through a simple link to the airline website. It’s the first booking service that makes the aircraft type a criteria for flight selection – creating a win-win situation for passengers and operators. Visit the website at iflyA380.com

     produced on 30 November -0001
    duration : 2 minutes 13 seconds
  • Airbus delivers its first U.S.-built aircraft to JetBlue

    JetBlue officially took delivery of the first A320 Family aircraft produced at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama on 25 April 2016. The milestone jetliner was an A321 – the longest-fuselage member of Airbus’ popular single-aisle product line. This historic event was marked with a festive American football-themed ceremony held at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley – which was decorated in the U.S.’s red, white and blue colours.

     produced on 26 April 2016
    duration : 2 minutes
  • Airspace by Airbus

    Launched in March 2016, the new “Airspace by Airbus” cabin brand connects passenger well-being with operational performance of airline customers, and encompasses four key dimensions: comfort, ambience, service and design. Representing the best of Airbus’ innovation and design, these cabins will be more relaxing, inspiring, beautiful and functional.

     produced on 30 November -0001
    duration : 1 minute 12 seconds
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