Airbus introduced A350-1000 aircraft in battle with new COVID-19 (photo / video)

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Airbus has put down its factory aircraft to "beat". They operate humanitarian flights between China and various destinations in Europe. Last days, a Airbus A330-800neo, one of the test aircraft, had a humanitarian mission and transported to France various medical equipment, much needed in the fight with the new COVID-19.

On March 26, an aircraft Airbus A330-200 converted to MRTT (Multi-Role Tanker Transport) departs from Getafe, Spain, to China to take over 4 million masks. He returned to Spain on March 28, 2020.

And now it's time for the A350-1000 (F-WMIL) to enter the fight with the new COVID-19. He transported 4 million masks from Tianjin to France. Subsequently they were donated to France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom, the countries where Airbus has bases and production lines.

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Airbus a350-1000-flights-cargo-china-France

Airbus will continue to support the fight against the pandemic with the new coronavirus, where possible. We mention that Airbus produces visors with 3D printers.

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