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Airbus dedicates Singapore Airshow to latest innovations designed to build a sustainable future of flight

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Airbus confirmed the participation at the upcoming Singapore Airshow.  Airbus will feature products from across the Airbus Family product range, including large scale models of the long range A350-1000, the A400M military airlifter and the H160 helicopter, as well as S450, an earth observation satellite platform. 

An area of the stand will be dedicated to Airbus’ latest innovations designed to build a sustainable future of flight. These include a model of the E-Fan X hybrid-electric demonstrator and for the first time a model of MAVERIC, a new flying demonstrator, with a disruptive aircraft configuration.

In addition, visitors can learn more about the latest Airbus Services solutions being brought to market. These include Skywise, Airbus’ open data platform of reference for all major aviation players looking to improve their operational performance, and a demo of the newly unveiled Airbus Virtual Reality Flight Trainer.

From the military product line, an A400M operated by the Royal Malaysian Air Force, will be on display. This latest generation, multi-role aircraft, offers unmatched versatility on military and humanitarian missions around the globe. The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) will also display one of its newly acquired A330 MRTT (Multi Role Tanker Transport) aircraft which offers capabilities that include refuelling missions, transport and deployment.

Airbus will also be present at the air show organiser’s “What’s Next” booth, with Ambee and Scapic, two start-ups from the company’s Bizlab in Bangalore, pitching their products and services.

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February
2020
Singapore, Changi , Changi Exhibition Centre 9 Aviation Park Road.


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