Jet RC 380 airbus taking off and landing.
A fast-forwarded footage of an Airbus craft being built.
Airbus A380 makes it's first ever appearence at London Heathrow landing in amoungst a beavy of plane spotters.
This is the new Airbus landing over a friends house - just a few minutes agan. Huge thing!
Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 at Asian Aerospace 2006
Granger Narara, Zoltan Veres, Yurgis Kairys, flying together piloting an Airbus 330; Extra 300, Su-26 in Al Ain Aerobatic show, UAE. Produced by:Zsolt 1000
The A380 Is The Most Advanced, Spacious and Efficient Airliner Produced Yet
The Airbus A380 will be landing in the U.S. for the first time on Monday, March 19th, 2007 – with dual landings of two aircraft – one at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and one at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). With passenger traffic expected to nearly triple over the next 20 years, the Airbus A380 will be the largest passenger aircraft on the market. It was designed through a collaborative process with airline customers and 60 airports around the world to ensure compatibility.
The A380’s ability to carry more passengers and its faster ground turnaround times will help ease airport congestion by transporting more people on fewer aircraft. It will provide passengers on major long-haul routes with a new way of flying, setting the standards for the 21st century. The aircraft’s significantly reduced noise and emissions levels will help to minimize its effects on the environment. Its new generation engines and superb aerodynamic performance means that the A380 will not only comply with today’s noise limits but will be significantly quieter that its rival, producing only half as much noise on take-off and landing.
Its unprecedented level of composites and other lightweight materials reduce its weight, helping to make it a highly fuel-efficient aircraft, offering mileage equal to about 79 miles per gallon per passenger. The A380 Family seats an average of 555 people in three classes on two widebody decks, offering airlines unequalled flexibility in the cabin to feature virtually unlimited passenger amenities. Delivery of the first A380 is slated for October 2007 to Singapore Airlines. More than 70 airports including major hubs like New York City, Los Angeles, Frankfurt, Paris and London will be ready for A380 operations by 2011.
This satellite feed features SOTs from:
- John Leahy – Airbus Chief Operating Officer - Customers
- Allan McArtor – Chairman - Airbus North America
- Stock footage of the all-new A380 in the manufacturing process, plus notable testing footage
- Footage shot March 19, 2007 at LAX and JFK
This footage is free for unrestricted use. Broadcasters: please courtesy Airbus.
FS9 airbus a320 crosswind landing
FS9 Airbus A380 Landing at Princess Juliana
Enjoy a walking tour of the Airbus A380 with footage of an exclusive exhibition and a close up of the first and business-class seating, structural design and the cockpit! A must see for those who marvel in engineering and the extraordinary.
THE AIRBUS A380 arrived in MUMBAI(BOM/VABB) today (May8,2007) for the very first time at 1544hrs(IST)....In this video..the A380 performs a low altitude flight at about 100ft. over runway 27 and in the process showing off all of its grace!!...gr8 video
Home video of yet another in a long series of Airbus nosegear extension failures. Here's the story, from contributor Peter Metz:
"This shows FG flight 709, bound from Kabul to Dubai, which left the Kabul Airport with 261 passengers on board. After departure the pilot had a problem with the front wheel gear and could not retract it. Instead of proceeding to Dubai Airport (flight time 2:30 minutes), with all relevant security measures he decided to land back at Kabul Airport."
"Capt. Abdul Rahman asked the tower to investigate the problem. Kabul Airport sent an ICRC plane to investigate the problem from beneath the aircraft. After the problem was located, the captain released most of all the full tanks of kerosene and made a final approach at Kabul Airport. At this time there were still about 30,000 mines lying around beside the apron."
"After the plane came off the runway nothing happened, and the fire brigades went to rescue the aircraft and passengers. The plane came to stand about 50 meters beside the runway without any problems. All passengers escaped the aircraft safely. Capt. Rahman got out of the plane, had a cigarette smoke, and took all the passengers to Dubai in a second plane approximately an hour later. ISAF than pulled the plane from beside the apron, stretched the wheel straight, and pulled it to the maintenance department."