BLADE, Europe’s Laminar Testbed, To Fly in September

Credit: Airbus
Aircraft that land at Tarbes–Lourdes–Pyrenees Airport in France often never take off again—many are headed for the local scrapyard. And while the first-ever flying Airbus A340-300 is nearing the end of its career after more than 25 years of testing in various roles, its visit to Tarbes, just north...

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