Taking centre-stage during the flying display will be the long range A350-1000. It is the only clean sheet design aircraft in the large widebody category, featuring state-of-the-art technologies and aerodynamics and delivering unmatched standards and comfort.
At the static display Airbus will have four aircraft at the show in customer configurations. From the commercial aircraft product line, visitors will be able to get up close to a Singapore Airlines A350-900, a Cebu Pacific A330neo and a Korean Air A220. From the military segment, a German Air Force A400M will also be part of the display.
In addition, at the Republic of Singapore (RSAF) static display visitors will be able to see an A330 MRTT (Multi Role Tanker Transport) and, for the first time at an air show, its new H225M multirole helicopter.
In the main hall, visitors to the Airbus exhibit [Stand #AL24] will be able to obtain information about the company’s full range of products and services. On display will be large-scale models of the A350-1000, A400M and C295, H145 and H175 helicopters, as well as the Pleiades Neo Earth observation satellite.
The stand will also feature a dedicated area to showcase Airbus’ ambition to pioneer sustainable aerospace. On display will be models of the ZEROe hydrogen-powered concept aircraft that represents the Company’s ambition to put the first zero-emissions airliner in service by 2035.
During the week, Airbus will organize a series of media briefings covering the Commercial Aircraft, Helicopters, and Defence and Space businesses.
- Vietjet, Airbus ink strategic cooperation agreement for 119 aircraft
- Vietjet’s 10 Airbus aircraft operating lease in 2019 honoured
- Pioneer the use of hydrogen in the decarbonization of the aviation sector
- Vietnam Airlines plans to sell off aircraft to save losses
- Aviation Department: Only Vietnam Airlines is allowed to fly internationally in the first phase
- Commercial flights resumed between Vietnam, Republic of Korea
- Vietnam Airlines will sell 11 Airbus aircraft to increase its cash flow
- Singapore lifts ban on Boeing 737 MAX planes
- Aviation business licence granted to Vietravel Airlines