Frenchman Roger Béteille, the driving force behind Airbus’s first commercial aircraft the A300B, died on June 14 2019. He was 97.
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John Walton sums up all the orders and announcements at the 2019 Paris Air Show at the end of the trade days at Le Bourget.
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Airbus has built a remotely controlled scale-model plane which it has called AlbatrossOne that features wing tips that flap like those of birds.
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Seven chief technology officers from the world’s biggest largest aerospace manufacturers have set out the industry’s position on sustainability.
There were close to 200 aircraft orders for Airbus on Day 3 of the Paris Air Show, along with orders for ATR, Boeing, Embraer and Mitsubishi.