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09 July 2014
09. July 2014 Commercial Aircraft

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

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’s type certification and first customer delivery. The early involvement of Airbus’ maintenance and engineering teams – and discussions with authorities and customers – contributed to the development of an efficient A350 XWB maintenance programme. In particular, it will feature fewer and simpler maintenance visits, and flexible packaging of tasks, resulting in reduced scheduled maintenance workload compared with earlier generation aircraft.

Airbus Military’s first A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport for the Royal Saudi Air Force lands at Getafe, Spain following its maiden flight on 15 March 2011.

First BelugaXL successfully completes maiden flight

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Airbus wins new business for 431 commercial aircraft at Farnborough Airshow 2018


AirAsia X orders 34 more A330neo

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