The two global titans Boeing and Airbus are constantly in competition with one another in the aviation industry. The newest items from both firms will now be on display at the Paris Airshow. Boeing has already confirmed that some of its aircraft, including the B777-9, B737 Max 10, and Boeing P8, will be on show.
At the Paris Airshow, Airbus will showcase its most recent products in addition to introducing the A350 Freighter and the A220 300. At the Paris airshow, Airbus is also preparing some futuristic Electric aircraft as well as other innovations. Let’s learn more about this aircraft by reading the following.
The newest Airbus aircraft, which is currently in development, is this one.
Airbus, Daher, and Safran worked together to build the Distributed Hybrid-Electric Propulsion aircraft demonstrator known as EcoPulse. The TBM light-aircraft platform serves as the foundation for this project, which began in 2019.
The adapted version of the passenger aircraft is the Airbus A350 Fighter. Prior to its launch, it already had a sizable number of orders, and Airbus anticipates much more in the coming days. Future versions of the A350F will face competition from the B777x fighter plane.
At the Paris airshow, Airbus will present its first A220-300 new version of aircraft. After surpassing the brand and successfully selling the majority of the A220-100 and 200 aircraft, Airbus has successfully shifted to the next level of aircraft and has received several orders. This is because Airbus acquired the Bombardier CS100 aircraft, afterward known as the A220. Currently, Airbus is developing the A220-300 aircraft for greater capacity and range.
According to the source, Airbus will exhibit one of its aircraft concepts at the Paris Airshow, hinting that it will debut its first A220-500 aircraft in the future.
Airbus A321 XLR
The Xtra Long Range capability of the A321XLR starts with the engine and aerodynamic improvements introduced on the A321neo. A higher Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) combined with additional fuel capacity offers the A321XLR the unique capability to fly up to 4,700nm.
Airbus C295 aircraft (Defence) +
The Airbus C295 is an incredibly flexible multipurpose defense aircraft that will make its debut at the Paris Airshow. Originally developed by the Spanish aerospace company CASA, this aircraft is now being jointly produced by Airbus and other companies. Airbus will display a Maritime Surveillance version on the static Airbus display