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Les moteurs de la CSeries démarrent pour la première fois
Bombardier Aéronautique poursuit le compte à rebours précédant le vol inaugural de la CSeries avec le démarrage des moteurs du premier véhicule d’essai en vol (FTV1) à Mirabel (Québec).
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This behind-the-scenes look at A350 XWB testing spotlights the next-generation jetliner’s cold weather evaluations performed in Iqaluit, Canada — where temperatures reached down to -28°C. The video clip includes comments from Flight Test Specialist Engineer Julie Mautin and Bernard Besinet, Flight Test Support Engineer.
Get a first impression of the new Bombardier CSeries flight deck mock-up. Peter Koch, SWISS Captain and Project Pilot and Chet Fuller, Senior Vice President Bombardier Commercial Aircraft are taking a detailed look into the state of the art flight instruments of the new twinjet which will gradually replace the present SWISS Avro RJ100s from 2014 onwards.
The electric E-Fan training aircraft is a highly innovative technology experimental demonstrator based on an all-composite construction. Airbus Group and its partners are aiming to perform research and development to construct a series version of the E-Fan and propose an industrial plan for a production facility close to Bordeaux Airport
Airbus’ A350 XWB demonstrated its ability to operate on wet runways during successful water ingestion tests conducted May 2014 at Istres, France. This testing validates how the aircraft would behave on a very rain-soaked runway, and verifies that neither the water under the aircraft nor the spray generated by the nose landing gear will enter the engines or APU.
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437 (T) Sqn is located at CFB Trenton, Ontario, Canada. The strategic airlift and Air-to-Air Refueling squadron is currently equipped with five CC-150 Polaris (A-310 Airbus) aircraft, a familiar sight not only in the skies around Trenton, but also across Canada and around the world. Their primary role is long-range transport of personnel and equipment – and VIP airlift, including members of the Royal Family, the Prime Minister, The Governor General and various heads of state.