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Airbus Services extends its training offer with new composite training

Posted 25 September 2019 · Add Comment

Airbus Services has launched a new Structure Training offer focusing on composite materials that is now available for customers worldwide.

New generation aircraft featuring advanced materials require new skills for damage assessment, inspection procedures and repair activities. To answer these challenges and meet the EASA recommendations, Airbus Services proposes a modular approach and learning path per job profile on the A350 XWB. This tailored approach will be extended to other aircraft types from 2020.

The A350 XWB is an all new family of mid-size wide-body long-haul airliners shaping the future of air travel. The A350 XWB features the latest aerodynamic design, carbon fiber fuselage and wings. At end of August 2019, Airbus has recorded a total of 913 firm orders for the A350 XWB from 51 customers and 300 aircraft are already in service worldwide.

 

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