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Airbus Completes First A321XLR Test Flight

The size of an aircraft will soon not truly matter if it's a narrowbody or a widebody, as even small can now go the extra long distance. Change is coming as on June 15th, the newest and biggest narrowbody aircraft, the Airbus A321XLR, successfully completed its maiden test flight. Her maiden voyage Registered as F-WXLR (MSN11000), the brand-new aircraft took off from Airbus' production site at Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport at 11:05, performing a 4-hour and 34-minute test flight over… ( More...

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Steve Cravener 2
I am chuckling at the young people on other sites complaining about the prospect of ten hour flights on a narrow body aircraft.


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