During the month 28th February 2017, “Air Caraibes” took the keys on receiving its first “Airbus 350-900 XWB” into its airline fleet onto becoming its eleventh customer for Airbus for the newly environmentally friendly wide body aircraft… among that the ceremony was held at Toulouse France, in where the main Airbus assembly line is located… Among the ceremony there were management representatives from Air Carabires, AerCap, and Rolls Royce…
Just before the ceremony, the first A350-900 XWB – Air Caraibes, was constructed, Assembled in Airbus Toulouse assembly plant.. in which the various parts, sections of the fuselage are imported from various manufacturing sections of Europe… in which is transported via through the fleet of Airbus Beluga’s as its assemble with precision, taking shape with wings, tail, and rudder .. With all the installations internally and externally, then taking into Airbus paint shop with the Air Caraibes livery painted then its flight tested, certified then presented at the awaiting ceremony.. .
Currently in construction, there’s something exciting in the works of “Airbus” in its aircraft construction assembly line in Toulouse, France as incoming part from different European partnerships, in processing phase of assembling the next generation of the Airbus 300-200 Beluga XL, in which in its current fleet there are five in service providing the essential components transportation to Airbus Toulouse in the final phase of assembly of Aircraft.. The current Beluga is based around the Airbus 300-200 series, in which heavily modified to accommodate the carrying various aircraft fuselage in sections to the assembling points….
The Beluga is a baseline inspirationally from the Boeing carrier aircraft the Super Guppy in which provided the transportation of aircraft fuselages to Airbus in its early days. As Aircraft sections grew in size a larger, powerful aircraft is need to transport the parts.. Currently the core components airframe of the aircraft has been structurally reinforced.. In which was done in December 2016 the process will takes twelve months to modified to complete into the daughter of the Beluga in during that duration the airframe is constructed in Airbus building L34… then later the installments of mechanical, engineering, electrical systems impendent.. then it’ll be tested in 2018, certified then operations in 2019, to carry an whole set of Airbus 350 WXB Wings.. as the current Beluga is based on the Shorter A300 jetliner, the Beluga XL is based form the longer version of A330-200 in which accommodate more space to carry..