Airbus will showcase a wide range of products, cutting-edge technologies, services and innovations that are leading the way to a sustainable future for aerospace at the Dubai Airshow 2021 from 14-18 November. The Company’s presence at the airshow will be in strict accordance with COVID-19 protocols set by the UAE Government to ensure the safety of employees and visitors.
Celebrated each year on 16 October, World Food Day commemorates the creation of United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) – which has led the international fight against hunger since 1945. The article below is one example of how Airbus and its products are supporting those in need.
The Republic of Kazakhstan has placed an order for two Airbus A400M aircraft and becomes the ninth operator together with Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Belgium, Malaysia and Luxembourg.
Airbus has reached 100 A400M deliveries with MSN111, the tenth A400M for the Spanish Air Force. The aircraft performed its ferry flight on 24th May from Seville to Zaragoza, where the Spanish A400M fleet is based.
The University of Miami turned an H125 into a flying laboratory for marine science research. The helicopter is fitted with instruments for data gathering, making it ideal to reach remote places at sea and enhance our knowledge of the planet’s climate.
The Airbus A400M new generation airlifter has successfully conducted a major helicopter air-to-air refuelling certification campaign, completing the majority of its development and certification objectives. Airbus Defence and Space aims to achieve full helicopter air-to-air refuelling certification later this year with the conclusion of all mandatory night operation trials.
The Dakar Rally is not for the feeble hearted. A gruelling two-week race, the rally is known for its long circuit – covering some several thousand kilometres in total – and through off-road conditions that put each driver’s skill to the test. The 2021 race circled almost the entirety of Saudi Arabia, through deserts and sand dunes, skimming the shores of the Red Sea and finishing in Jeddah.