Airbus showcases its popular, eco-efficient aircraft at Dubai Airshow
Versatile A330 and corporate jet Families are centre stage of Airbus display
3 November 2011 Press Release
Airbus, the leading aircraft manufacturer, will present its modern and eco-efficient aircraft family at this year’s Dubai Airshow (13-17 November). In the static display area visitors will be able to see an A330-300 passenger aircraft on the 13th November and the new A330-200 Freighter on the 15th November. In addition, Airbus will display an Al Jaber operated ACJ318 and a Comlux operated ACJ320, which have the widest and tallest cabins of any corporate jet, for the duration of the show.
Visitors to the EADS stand located in the West Hall (W860) will be able to see large models of the newest members of the Airbus Family: A320neo, A350 XWB, A330 MRTT and A400M. An interactive information screen will also be available on the stand to inform people about the benefits of the modern Airbus aircraft family. Airbus will also be showing its 3D “Future of Flight” movie on the stand.
Airbus will welcome its corporate guests and media at the EADS hospitality chalet located in Row A Nos. 49 – 52.
Airbus will hold several media briefings and announcements during the course of the show including an update of the Global Market Forecast for the Middle East. The general Airbus press conference will be held on Wednesday 16th November starting at 12:00 noon in the Dubai Airshow Press Conference Room 2 (in the East Hall). Airbus Military will give a press briefing on Tuesday 15th November starting at 11:00, also in Conference Room 2.
On Thursday 17th November, as part of the new Future’s Day initiative taking place for the first time at this year’s Dubai Airshow, a group of students from the UAE will come and find out about exciting career opportunities on the EADS stand by talking to Airbus Human Resources executives. In addition Airbus will be holding workshops as part of its outreach to students and the best talent around the globe. Airbus will recruit at least 3,000 people in 2011, 30 percent of which will be graduates.