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View amphiolondon's Instagram #newwing #greysky #autumn #somersethouse @somersethousestudios 1629101852077699491_3913964846

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View massteiner's Instagram my favorite after two days testing #paragliding #newwing 1626255510788776631_4460266986

my favorite after two days testing #paragliding #newwing

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View avionic_magazine's Instagram Airbus’ A340 laminar-flow “BLADE” test demonstrator aircraft (A340-300 MSN001) has made its successful maiden flight for the EU-sponsored Clean Sky “Blade” project. The aircraft, dubbed “Flight Lab”, took off from the Tarbes aerodrome in southern France at local time ‪11:00‬, and after a series of successful tests it landed at Airbus’ facilities in Toulouse Blagnac. The overall flight time was 3hrs/38mins.

The Blade E project – which stands for “Breakthrough Laminar Aircraft Demonstrator in Europe” – is tasked with assessing the feasibility of introducing the technology for commercial aviation. It aims to improve aviation’s ecological footprint, bringing with it a 50% reduction of wing friction and up to five percent lower CO2 emission. Airbus’ A340 Flight Lab is the first test aircraft in the world to combine a transonic laminar wing profile with a true internal primary structure.
On the outside the aircraft is fitted with two representative transonic laminar outer-wings, while inside the cabin a highly complex specialist flight-test-instrumentation (FTI) station has been installed. The extensive modifications to the A340-300 test-bed aircraft took place during the course of a 16-month working party in Tarbes, with the support of numerous industrial partners across Europe. Today’s first-flight marks the kick-off of the Blade flight-test campaign to explore the wing’s characteristics in flight.
“We began by opening the flight envelope to check that the aircraft was handling correctly,” explains Airbus Flight-Test Engineer, Philippe Seve, who was on board the flight. “We achieved our objective to fly at the design Mach number, at a reasonable altitude and check everything was fine. We also checked that the FTI was working as expected, to identify further fine-tuning for the next flights.” -------------------------------------------Full news on our website 
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Airbus’ A340 laminar-flow “BLADE” test demonstrator aircraft (A340-300 MSN001) has made its successful maiden flight for the EU-sponsored Clean Sky “Blade” project. The aircraft, dubbed “Flight Lab”, took off from the Tarbes aerodrome in southern France at local time ‪11:00‬, and after a series of successful tests it landed at Airbus’ facilities in Toulouse Blagnac. The overall flight time was 3hrs/38mins. The Blade E project – which stands for “Breakthrough Laminar Aircraft Demonstrator in Europe” – is tasked with assessing the feasibility of introducing the technology for commercial aviation. It aims to improve aviation’s ecological footprint, bringing with it a 50% reduction of wing friction and up to five percent lower CO2 emission. Airbus’ A340 Flight Lab is the first test aircraft in the world to combine a transonic laminar wing profile with a true internal primary structure. On the outside the aircraft is fitted with two representative transonic laminar outer-wings, while inside the cabin a highly complex specialist flight-test-instrumentation (FTI) station has been installed. The extensive modifications to the A340-300 test-bed aircraft took place during the course of a 16-month working party in Tarbes, with the support of numerous industrial partners across Europe. Today’s first-flight marks the kick-off of the Blade flight-test campaign to explore the wing’s characteristics in flight. “We began by opening the flight envelope to check that the aircraft was handling correctly,” explains Airbus Flight-Test Engineer, Philippe Seve, who was on board the flight. “We achieved our objective to fly at the design Mach number, at a reasonable altitude and check everything was fine. We also checked that the FTI was working as expected, to identify further fine-tuning for the next flights.” -------------------------------------------Full news on our website AVIONIC - Magazine about aviation ✈

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View muamunira's Instagram My makeup service customer at Klara Cosmetics booth in Neubodi charity event. #tb #photo

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My makeup service customer at Klara Cosmetics booth in Neubodi charity event. #tb #photo #makeupservice #makeupartist #klaracosmetics_my #klaracosmetics #oneutamashoppingmall #newwing #level1 #floor #booking #your #makeup #services #nowwww

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View krsnaamehta's Instagram And it's turned out spectacular ❤️ ... #indiacircus #HighSteetPhoenix #newWing #oppositeZara #palladium 1625172780645399281_256945441

And it's turned out spectacular ❤️ ... #indiacircus #highsteetphoenix #newWing #oppositezara #palladium

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View krsnaamehta's Instagram And it's turned out spectacular ❤️ ... #indiacircus #HighSteetPhoenix #newWing #oppositeZara #palladium #NorthSkyZone 1625172552148084657_256945441

And it's turned out spectacular ❤️ ... #indiacircus #highsteetphoenix #newWing #oppositezara #palladium #northskyzone

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View eddie_kil's Instagram "Hey, let me put my spoiler in your car I'll get it later."  #newwing #jk #bigwanggame 1625024446686159478_29543569

"Hey, let me put my spoiler in your car I'll get it later." #newwing #jk #bigwanggame

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