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A leading aircraft manufacturer with the most modern and comprehensive product line on the market, Airbus is a global company with design and manufacturing facilities in France, Germany, the UK, and Spain as well as subsidiaries in the U.S., China and Jap...
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Ethiopia's estimated passenger growth for the same period stands at 8.1 per cent," said Alan Pardoe, Head of Marketing Communications for Airbus.
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In this bonus interview the company's Head of Marketing Communications assesses what a record breaking Farnborough Airshow means for the industry and the fare paying passenger.
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"We're always trying to find more ...
"We're always trying to find more ways of doing more things in parallel, faster," said Alan Pardoe, head of marketing communications at Airbus.
This allows engineers to reshape their ...
This allows engineers to reshape their designs, says Alan Pardoe, director of product marketing at Airbus.
Such techniques, he says, helped the double-decker Airbus A380 plane to be recognized by the UK Noise Abatement Society as the quietest jet airliner on the market.
"A jet aeroplane used to be just that - a big jet engine on either side producing huge amounts of noise," says Pardoe
But on newer planes, the engine compartments are much bigger, and so are the fans in the front.
"It allows the fans to turn slower and be less noisy," he
This year, Airbus
will be installing a new generation of engines with much bigger fans on its A320 fleet, so "these planes will be significantly quieter that even the ones we're building today," he
"This way, you don't need to force the air into the cabin so hard, the velocity is lower and there's less noise," says Pardoe