After over 26 years of service, Airbus retires Beluga No1, the first of these unique jets to enter service. But is its retirement permanent? The public likes an oddity. The Boeing 747 is the plane that even people not even remotely into aircraft, can identify. That’s...
Airbus will seek ETOPS certification for at least some of its new BelugaXL freighters. So it looks like these unique aircraft will see more uses. The news comes from BelugaXL chief engineer Pascal Vialleton. In a recent presentation at a Royal Aeronautical Society...
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