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  • The new A350 XWB cabin...

    Welcome on board the A350. Despite appearances, this particular aircraft featuring a new fully equipped cabin is not intended for delivery to a company, but rather for ground and flight tests. In June, 700 Airbus company employees will try out the 'plane in flights of over nine hours…
     

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  • Boeing's 787-9 in the starting block at Everett

    Whilst the Boeing 787-8 has already transported more than 15 million passengers worldwide, its big brother, longer by eight metres, will soon enter the scene. To learn a little more, we went to Boeing country in Everett, Washington state. In this 400,000 m2 plant...
     

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  • India's domestic aircraft market full of promises

    Between 1,300 and 1,600 aircraft is the number of new aircraft including India will need over the next 20 years; a record due to the annual growth in demand in the country, and it's the domestic routes which show a record growth of more than 10% per year.
     

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  • Boeing's 787 was...“soundly designed " !

    In January 2013, due to overheating of lithium-ion batteries, oil leaks and brake problems, that the F.A.A., the U.S. Agency for Civil Aviation, ordered a detailed inspection of the Boeing Dreamliner, the findings of which have just been made public...
     

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  • A320neo final assembly well on its way !

    It's official, the first unit of the A320neo for flight testing, seen here in the picture, is in its final assembly phase. All the parts needed for this have arrived on the assembly line in Toulouse from the various Airbus plants...
     

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  • A350 XWB programme right on time !

    The recent meeting between between the C.E.O.'s of Qatar Airways and Airbus was mutually warm ! And for good reason; on the occasion of a visit in early February to the A350 final assembly line, Akbar Al Baker was able to see for himself that production of the first unit of the eighty on order was well underway. The MSN6...
     

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  • Airbus Group cautious but confident…

    With a net profit up 22% to € 1.5 billion, an increase in turnover of 5% to € 59 billion, 2013 was profitable for Airbus Group, thanks to the delivery of more than 600 commercial aircraft ! The aircraft manufacturer Airbus itself accounts for nearly 70 % of these results...
     

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  • The third A350 takes to the air

    The A350 MSN2 has just completed its maiden flight. This third test aircraft sports a special carbon colour livery as a reminder of the 53% of composite materials with which it was manufactured. It will also be the first unit to be equipped with a cabin.
     

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  • Airbus Group's future bank

    Airbus Group is soon to have its own bank ! The European aerospace, defense and space group, has just acquired the Salzburg München Bank, a small bank with 50 employees based in Munich. The objective being to finance the group's activities and have greater financial flexibility...
     

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  • The A350 in the "Great White North"...

    It was here at Iqaluit, in north-eastern Canada, where, on 28th., January, Airbus' A350-XWB put down on its ten wheels. For one week, 48 Airbus engineers will thus be able to test, among other things, the behaviour of the new long-haul systems – in the cold of the Great White North at -25°C (- 13°F ). On the test program…
     

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  • Boeing taking on for its 787 production !

    According to the American newspaper The Wall Street Journal, hundreds of people are in the process of being recruited by Boeing in South Carolina. In its plant in North Charleston where 7,000 workers already assemble the 787, the manufacturer is looking to add 300 additional engineers and inspectors with a view to accelerating the rate of production of its long-haul...
     

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  • Bombardier remains optimistic in spite of everything...

    CSeries aircraft customers will have to wait another year emanating from the fact that Bombardier has put back the first delivery date. The entry into service of the 125-seater CS100 jet, is now scheduled for the second half of 2015, and that of its "big brother" the 160-seater CS300, for early 2016 ! A new delay due, as in the past, to simple software updates of the aircraft as the programme director explained to us...
     

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  • Airbus unveils new Group...

    The construction of the future Airbus Group headquarters officially began in Toulouse with the laying of the foundation stone by the Head of the group in person on 14 January.
     

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  • 2013 Retrospective

    Everyone at aeronewstv.com wishes you a happy festive season and all the very best for the coming year. aeronewstv.com will be taking a short break from December 25 to January 1, but our video reports will be back daily from 2nd., January 2014. In the meantime, you can visit or revisit any one of the 720 subjects online.
     

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  • Airbus A320neo taking shape !

    ?Less than a year before its first test flight, expected next autumn, the A-320neo is taking shape in the various Airbus plants. The first prototype of this re-engined version of the current A-320 will be assembled here on this assembly line in Toulouse ( south west France ) where all the parts will come together in February.
     

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  • Dreamlifter and Beluga: two behemoths for industry needs

    Last week, what is called a routing error, made headlines ! On 20th., November, both pilots of a Boeing 747 Dreamlifter landed the plane at a small Kansas airport in the United States, 12 kilometres (7 miles) from the air base at which... WATCH THE VIDEO
     

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  • Airbus calls for wider seats on long-haul flights

    Seat width does indeed have an impact on the well-being of economy class passengers during long-haul flights. So with this in mind, and at the request of Airbus, the London Sleep Centre recently undertook a study of a sample of passengers…
     

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  • What future for the Super Jumbos ?

    While Boeing intends to reduce the production rate of its 747-8 and Airbus is equally studying this possibility for their A380, it’s perfectly reasonable to ask whether the future of very large aircraft is guaranteed.
     

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  • Airbus A350 test programme accelerates

    Since its first flight in June, the A350 has been stepping up its test flights. 77 have been carried out to date ! During the 380 hours already spent in the air, Airbus pilots have been able to enlarge the operational flight envelop, with systems tests and establishment of the low speed aerodynamic configurations...
     

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