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Dubai Airshow 2015: The A350 XWB impresses on Day 2

Date: 10 Nov 2015 09:07
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Recapping Day 2 at the 2015 Dubai Airshow, this “best of” video focuses on the A350 XWB’s high-profile flying display. Airbus’ new-generation jetliner took centre stage at this international aerospace gathering – impressing crowds with its quiet operation and impressive performance.




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