Tag: Toulouse-Blagnac Airport

First BelugaXL Successfully Completes Maiden Flight

Reading Time: 1 minute The first of five BelugaXL aircraft to fly has landed at Toulouse-Blagnac, France local time after successfully completing its first flight lasting four hours and 11 minutes. The crew in the cockpit on board this flight comprised: Captain Christophe Cail, Co-Pilot Bernardo Saez-Benito Hernandez and Test-Flight Engineer Jean Michel Pin. Meanwhile, monitoring the aircraft systems […]

First A350-1000 Successfully Completes First Flight

Reading Time: 2 minutes The first of three A350-1000 development aircraft to fly – MSN059 – has landed at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport France at 15.00hrs local time after successfully completing its first flight which lasted four hours and 18 minutes. The crew in the cockpit on board this flight comprised: Hugues van der Stichel, Experimental Test Pilot; Frank Chapman, Experimental […]

New Transport Capacity For Airbus’ Industrial Network

Reading Time: 1 minute The first of Airbus’ five new Beluga XL airlifter “giants” will begin taking shape early next year, initiating the creation of a new jetliner fleet to transport complete sections of the company’s aircraft from production sites around Europe to final assembly lines in France, Germany and Spain. Beluga XL’s lower fuselage will be the same […]

The Reality of European Airports and Future Prospects

Reading Time: 9 minutes Europe’s position as the most visited continent and the increase of the new destinations and routes to connect the world oblige European airports to expand. So what is the real demand for that and what are the biggest changes in the field of airport development? Increasing the number of passengers in Europe According to the […]