Airbus to focus on A350 at Moscow air show

August 13, 2019


Airbus's A350 will form the focus for the airframer at the upcoming Moscow air show MAKS.

One of the certification A350-900s – aircraft MSN2 – will be placed on the static line and also participate in the flying display from 27-31 August.

MSN2 first flew in February 2014 and the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-powered twinjet is fitted with a passenger cabin.

Aeroflot is a customer for the A350-900, with 14 on direct order. The airframer has yet to deliver the type to the Russian flag-carrier. It had handed over a total of 270 A350-900s and 25 A350-1000s by the end of July this year.

Airbus states that its presence at MAKS will feature large-scale models of the A350-1000 and long-range A321LR.

But it will also show off equipment manufactured by a joint venture between its defence and space division and Russian Space Systems, as well as projects associated with its Moscow engineering centre. 

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