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A350 Test Flights Official Thread Part 15  
User currently offlineSA7700 From South Africa, joined Dec 2003, 3431 posts, RR: 26
Posted (8 months 1 week 15 hours ago) and read 76659 times:
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As part 14 became quite long, it was locked down for further contributions. Please feel free to continue your discussion in this thread.

Part 14 can be found here:

A350 Test Flights Official Thread Part 14 (by SA7700 Mar 5 2014 in Civil Aviation)


Regards,

SA7700


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User currently offlinebycac From France, joined Mar 2010, 126 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (8 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 76539 times:

AIB49WB and AIB11GG

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3688/13429561464_08980b743b_c.jpg

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7168/13429308383_222bfda651_c.jpg


User currently offlinebobmuc From Germany, joined Nov 2011, 454 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (8 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 76304 times:

AIB11GG was on the ground around 18:38 UTC but now back in the air!

User currently offlineKarelXWB From Netherlands, joined Jul 2012, 12734 posts, RR: 35
Reply 3, posted (8 months 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 75640 times:

AIB50WB is in the air and AIB11CF is warming up.

MSN4 will stay on the ground for the next two weeks and will do electrical and lightning tests at the A380 site.



Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And I'm not sure about the universe.
User currently offlineStTim From UK - England, joined Aug 2013, 828 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (8 months 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 75472 times:

CF airborne at 09:20Z

User currently offlineStTim From UK - England, joined Aug 2013, 828 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (8 months 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 75450 times:

I wonder if the MSN4 tests are the certification tests for lightening etc?

User currently offlinebobmuc From Germany, joined Nov 2011, 454 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (8 months 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 75238 times:

AIB50WB was back at 11:54 UTC!

AIB11CF is cruising at FL 43.000ft for a long time now...  Wow!


User currently offlinebobmuc From Germany, joined Nov 2011, 454 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (8 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 75227 times:

Quoting bobmuc (Reply 6):
AIB11CF is cruising at FL 43.000ft for a long time now...

And after a very steep approach into TLS, CF has landed at 13:26 UTC.


User currently offlineEK17 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2013, 207 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (8 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 74746 times:

MSN 1 just took off and did a couple of circuits at Tolouse before landing, don't have the times.


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User currently offlineEK17 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2013, 207 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (8 months 6 days 8 hours ago) and read 74329 times:

Quoting EK17 (Reply 8):

By the way, I meant MSN 3. I get confused so easily!   

AIB11CF:
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7226/13447815335_db048a4342_o_d.jpg



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User currently onlineBoeingVista From Australia, joined Jan 2009, 1584 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (8 months 6 days 8 hours ago) and read 74308 times:

Quoting EK17 (Reply 9):
By the way, I meant MSN 3. I get confused so easily!   

Isn't that a picture of MSN2?



BV
User currently offlinePart147 From Ireland, joined Dec 2008, 519 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (8 months 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 74039 times:

It's easy to lose track of this hardworking little fleet, full credit goes to the staff for keeping them flying   


It's better to ask a stupid question during training, rather than make a REALLY stupid mistake later on!
User currently offlineKarelXWB From Netherlands, joined Jul 2012, 12734 posts, RR: 35
Reply 12, posted (8 months 5 days 23 hours ago) and read 73793 times:

Next flight for MSN1:

http://fr24.com/AIB51WB

MSN 2 and 3 are online as well.



Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And I'm not sure about the universe.
User currently offlineEK17 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2013, 207 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (8 months 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 73593 times:

Quoting BoeingVista (Reply 10):
Isn't that a picture of MSN2?

Yes it is, but I was talking about the the post I made above. Sorry, I should have made it clearer!   

Quoting Part147 (Reply 11):
It's easy to lose track of this hardworking little fleet, full credit goes to the staff for keeping them flying

   They really are doing an amazing job!



Art is never finished, only abandoned. - Leonardo da Vinci
User currently offlineStTim From UK - England, joined Aug 2013, 828 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (8 months 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 73529 times:

It was a short flight for Wibi this morning - a couple of circuits followed by flying about FL10 along the pyrennes - Natural icing?

User currently offlinestarbucks From Netherlands, joined Feb 2013, 767 posts, RR: 6
Reply 15, posted (8 months 5 days 19 hours ago) and read 73205 times:

I don't believe anyone has mentioned the fact that CF seems to have lost all those external sensors in the last couple of pictures posted....

Just a couple of orange plugged windows left, lets hope she'll start some of the Early Long Flights soon!  

A380 ELF:
1st 7hrs
2nd 10hrs
3rd 12hrs
4th 15hrs

If I remember correct



A350 logbook: http://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AlVgPnmHLOovdFdzbVlyQzhYNDhCb1VFN1RkYXkwV3c&output=html
User currently offlineStTim From UK - England, joined Aug 2013, 828 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (8 months 5 days 19 hours ago) and read 73123 times:

On the last image it does look like there are still some sensors near the wing root fairing.

User currently offlinepoolkeeper From Panama, joined Nov 2013, 63 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (8 months 5 days 18 hours ago) and read 72974 times:

AIB52WB ready to take off

User currently offlinebobmuc From Germany, joined Nov 2011, 454 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (8 months 5 days 18 hours ago) and read 72905 times:

Quoting poolkeeper (Reply 17):
AIB52WB ready to take off

Take-off was 14:29 UTC.


User currently offlineJeanXFW From Germany, joined Mar 2014, 5 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (8 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 72715 times:

Please forgive my ignorance on this, but... what's the difference between these so called Early Long Flights and the kind of circuits MSN2 was doing the last couple of weeks out of XFW? Some of these flights were over 8h long...

User currently offlineKarelXWB From Netherlands, joined Jul 2012, 12734 posts, RR: 35
Reply 20, posted (8 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 72705 times:

Those Early Long Flights will have pax aboard and will fly to real airports, with real crew handling etc.


Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And I'm not sure about the universe.
User currently offlinebycac From France, joined Mar 2010, 126 posts, RR: 0
Reply 21, posted (8 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 72609 times:

AIB 52WB with some sensor on the wing

https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5017/13468537793_84f8ca9b09_c.jpg


User currently offlineEK17 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2013, 207 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (8 months 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 72233 times:

MSN 1 looks to be doing some circuits at Tolouse, seems to have changed to AIB52NW for some reason.  

Edit: Changed back to AIB52WB.

[Edited 2014-03-28 11:52:20]


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User currently offlineStTim From UK - England, joined Aug 2013, 828 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (8 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 72149 times:

WB lands and heads back to the flight line - just as GiGi heads out to the runway.

GiGi completed an RTO and then headed back to the flightline.

[Edited 2014-03-28 12:12:19]

User currently offlineKarelXWB From Netherlands, joined Jul 2012, 12734 posts, RR: 35
Reply 24, posted (8 months 5 days 10 hours ago) and read 72077 times:

MSN4 in the background:


http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13472535855/

MSN1 late night work:


http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13472948284/



Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And I'm not sure about the universe.
25 ferpe : Thanks for the photo, I think the things on the leading edge of the wing is artificial ice. It seems WB is continuing the ice tests, they might even
26 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : It seems MSN4 went inside a hangar today. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jujug/13476347824/ A nice close-up of MSN1's rear section: http://www.flickr.co
27 bigsmile : Correct Ferpe, these are artificial ice on the leading edges of the wings (Slats included), VTP and HTP.
28 KarelXWB : Hi bigsmile, Is this part of the certification tests already?
29 mjoelnir : Did somebody follow the test flight this morning? AIB53WB, did WiBi land at Tarbes? In the air again.[Edited 2014-03-29 03:50:28]
30 EK17 : AIB53WB touchdown in Toulouse at 14:45 UTC.
31 Post contains links and images Part147 : Anyway - here's a nice picture of XWB smiling… View Large View MediumPhoto © Alexey Petrov - RuSpotters Team
32 Post contains links and images EK17 : AIB53WB: www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13491275833/ www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13491546674/
33 bobdino : AIB13GG is just North of Troyes and descending through 4000ft after leaving Toulouse earlier.
34 Post contains links KarelXWB : AIB13GG just airborne from XCR. http://fr24.com/AIB13GG
35 Post contains links Wingtip1005 : Not sure if these have been posted before but my dad just e-mailed these pictures of the tail strike test. http://imgur.com/a/uGmVS
36 poolkeeper : AIB14GG airbourne since a few minutes
37 Post contains images Heavierthanair : G´day Thanks, very nice pics. I wonder how much Airbus gets paid for regrooving the runway With the downward forces applied by the "tailscraper" duri
38 ap305 : GG did a vmu test too? this is news...
39 KarelXWB : I recall Airbus saying they would do another set of VMU trials. Perhaps these are related to the certification process.[Edited 2014-03-31 11:12:50]
40 StTim : Is it not unusual to do such a potentially dangerous and potentially frame damaging test twice?
41 Post contains images CrimsonChin : Maybe they were really confident they wouldn't fail?
42 Post contains links KarelXWB : Next flight for MSN2: http://fr24.com/AIB12CF
43 Post contains links KarelXWB : AIB15GG just departed from XCR. http://fr24.com/AIB15GG
44 bobmuc : CF is back in TLS at 11:02 UTC.
45 StTim : Did GiGi overnight at XCR - didn't get her outbound from TLS this morning.
46 KarelXWB : It did, departed at 5:08 UTC.[Edited 2014-04-01 04:41:05]
47 Post contains images EPA001 : This was already predicted by Old Aero Guy if I am not mistaken. But all tests continue to go flawlessly. So there is nothing to be worried about, if
48 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : A few nice pictures of AIB12CF: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13564739544/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13564759004/ http://www.fli
49 BREmer : Don't know if this has been posted before? A350 cabin will be revealed next Monday in Hamburg to the press, together with Airbus' new cabin center. Ju
50 overcast : Interesting, CF is airborne but with a GG flight number - AIB09GG It looks lke a cabin test flight, so not a late aircraft change.
51 StTim : Yes it is flying as AIB09GG which is not in sequence for either frame. Most odd.
52 Post contains links KarelXWB : Next flight for MSN1: http://fr24.com/AIB54WB
53 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN3 is in the air as well, just airborne from XCR: http://fr24.com/AIB17GG
54 StTim : Must have positioned there overnight.
55 KarelXWB : MSN3 departed at 5:01UTC from TLS, MSN2 followed at 5:22UTC.
56 travelavnut : I see in the A350 logbook that MSN1 has logged -7,9 hours for April, what the reason for this? Thanks!
57 StTim : Please re check - I see 1.8 hours logged for todays flight as AIB54WB. Go to the detail page for the full information.
58 Post contains images starbucks : The HTML published version is updated every 5 minutes, apparently it updated right after I filled the 7:54 off blocks time, all is updated correclt no
59 StTim : I see that GiGi is doing the promised circuits at Mulhouse (as advertised in advance on the A350 blog)
60 travelavnut : Gotcha, thanks!! filler filler filler
61 breiz : A&C reports that one A350 (MSN3?) did 12 landings at EAP/BSL on March 31st.
62 Post contains images starbucks : GiGi is back at TLS, 7hrs added to the program! CF is still out of coverage, last datapoint at 9:32Z, track 001, makes me wonder if there going all th
63 mjoelnir : Perhaps she landed at LYR on Svalbard.
64 overcast : Looks like CF is carrying out the Polar testing, making sure everything works when you flip from heading due north to due south in a second or two, an
65 Post contains links KarelXWB : VMU tests in BSL it seems. http://twitter.com/Jerema320/status/451311820050292736/photo/1 http://twitter.com/Jerema320/status/451307879606517761/phot
66 StTim : VMU part 3? Also have we seen any of the fleet do cross wind landings tests yet?
67 Post contains images Revelation : Yes, and when south of the Equator they must go flush all the bogs at once to see if the a/c can deal with the reverse Coriolis effect!
68 StTim : CF has just reappeared over the east coast of Greenland. WiBi and GiGi are also airborne for their second flights of the day.[Edited 2014-04-02 07:30:
69 mjoelnir : Than I assume no landing in LYR, polar light tourists.
70 speedygonzales : Landed ~18:30 UTC after 13 hours in the air.
71 StTim : I wonder if they had passengers on this flight.
72 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : MSN1 today: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramis-photos/13587745845/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramis-photos/13587744275/ Looks like the artificial ic
73 bobmuc : AIB19GG with a late start today - take-off at 08:35 UTC. WiBi is preparing the next flight too... AIB56WB.[Edited 2014-04-03 02:49:28]
74 bobmuc : take-off at 9:54 UTC.
75 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN2 North Pole flight confirmed by Airbus. http://www.flugrevue.de/zivilluftfah...e-erreicht-1400-flugstunden/559952
76 KarelXWB : AIB14CF was all afternoon online but never made it into the air.
77 Post contains images gocackletta : From what I've seen so far, the A350 looks like an absolutely gorgeous airplane. It just seems so fluid and smooth. Hopefully the testing process goes
78 bycac : He pushed back and stay 20 minutes with engines run and go back to the stand !
79 StTim : GiGi is up and running - airborne at about 08:28Z
80 Post contains links KarelXWB : Next try today: http://fr24.com/AIB14CF
81 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Just for comparison, the right-hand side of MSN2 is clean: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13620665353/ vs http://www.flickr.com/photos/blaque
82 Post contains links and images starbucks : Left side on April 1st msn2 1/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr
83 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : A close-up of the artificial ice on the winglet: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramis-photos/13481666143/
84 knoxibus : MSN 002 just left for XFW with its first real passengers. Surprisingly, it is not showing up on FR24. MSN 001 keeps doing some rounds since this morni
85 Post contains images starbucks : She's up now, surprisingly on T-MLAT, which suggests the ADS/B transponder is not transmitting... Is she flying to Germany again? for AIX2014 //Edit,
86 Post contains images KarelXWB : AIB15CF is now descending into XFW. [Edited 2014-04-05 07:12:59]
87 Post contains links and images insightAVIATION : Ok first post in here: This was actually a joke. Last time she came to XFW I was away, now I'm at home, but the weather couldn't be any worse: This is
88 StTim : I wonder how many she had on board and if they are making the return trip later?
89 KarelXWB : I assume these are staff for the Aircraft Interiors Expo, they should stay a few days (including MSN2).
90 Post contains links starbucks : MSN4 is back on the Flightline at the flight test center: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13641301345/ More pictures of today in his photo stre
91 StTim : Hopefully that is the lightening and electrical interference certification tests completed.
92 Post contains links KarelXWB : Any idea what "special VMCG" means? http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircrafts/13641277235/[Edited 2014-04-05 09:48:04]
93 OldAeroGuy : Don't know what makes it "special", but judging by the rudder position, it is an engine inoperative takeoff. Perhaps the Vmcg Cert test?
94 CrimsonChin : That's sooner than expected for MSN4? Thought it was meant to be on the ground for 2 weeks, it's just been 8 days I think
95 Post contains links Part147 : Confirmation that the 'polar' flight took place... http://www.aero.de/news-19359/Ein-Be...ei-den-Flugtestern-von-Airbus.html
96 Unflug : See reply 75: Unfortunately both articles in German only.
97 Post contains links and images Part147 : Apologies, been busy over the weekend and got the link from .... http://www.bloga350.blogspot.ie/2014...totype-made-north-pole-flight.html ...so I th
98 Post contains links KarelXWB : AIB16CF airborne now. http://fr24.com/AIB16CF
99 StTim : Coming back to TLS? Quiet day otherwise on the flying front.
100 Post contains links KarelXWB : Nearly 200 flight hours are scheduled for the route proving flights. http://www.air-cosmos.com/2014/04/07...msn5-prendra-l-air-en-mai-prochain
101 Post contains links KarelXWB : A bit more on the long flight cabin testing: http://www.ausbt.com.au/airbus-to-la...ch-a350-world-tour-later-this-year
102 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : A nice close-up of the A350 undercarriage: http://www.flickr.com/photos/xfwspotter/13698021514/
103 Post contains links and images bycac : 3 photos oh AIB16CF arriving from XFW !
104 UA767400 : Will the A350 make an appearance in the US anytime soon for testing?
105 Post contains images Unflug : Yes, next month for cold weather testing in Florida. Not joking: McKinley Climatic Laboratory at Eglin Air Force Base
106 Post contains links and images starbucks : Besides what Unflug said, that the 350 will fly to Florida soon, I also expect some US destinations during this "World Tour" mentioned in this articl
107 Post contains images blueshamu330s : TLS -ORD - ATL - DFW - HNL - TLS would do it and a nice long non-stop back to Europe. Rgds
108 Post contains links insightAVIATION : MSN 1 is taxiing to the runway: http://fr24.com/AIB59WB
109 Post contains links and images bycac : AIB59WB , request take off on 32L fly till 25mn and back to ILS 14R but not realised...
110 bobmuc : Landed back in TLS at 17:31 UTC.
111 bikerthai : Anyone have diagram of the internal structures of the 350 wing? I know it's probably proprietary. I wonder this because the A350 wing seems not to fle
112 StTim : This was covered elsewhere - maybe in tech ops. There is a different design philosophy. If you see the A350 flaps they are continuous. The control sur
113 Post contains links KarelXWB : Different design philosophy. Here are a few interesting threads about the subject: Boeing Vs. Airbus Wing Design Philosophies (by ferpe Apr 16 2012 in
114 Post contains links insightAVIATION : MSN 3 is taxiing to the runway: http://fr24.com/AIB23GG Edit: And took off![Edited 2014-04-09 01:18:35]
115 bobmuc : GiGi is in the air as AIB23GG since 8:17 UTC.
116 Post contains links insightAVIATION : MSN 1 just appeared with callsign AIB60WB: http://fr24.com/AIB60WB
117 bobmuc : with take-off at 9:18 UTC
118 Post contains links and images bycac : The 2 A350 departing this morning !
119 Post contains links and images starbucks : GiGi is up as AIB301 Www.fr24.com/AIB301 on FR24 MLAT again, flying NorthWest.... Ferry to Florida?
120 StTim : Looks like she is doing a Filton fly past. Scratch that - from FR24 GiGi has put down at Kemble aerodrome! I wonder why?[Edited 2014-04-09 09:38:51]
121 Post contains links and images EK17 : Airbus have tweeted an image of the 'A350XWB's first ever UK landing': www.twitter.com/Airbus/status/453940328156786688 As StTim said, I wonder why?
122 Post contains links EK17 : Airbus have also tweeted 'Great news! Our #A350 XWB has landed in the UK for the 1st time as part of the ongoing flight test'. www.twitter.com/airbus/
123 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Some nice footage of the MSN4 noise tests in Spain: http://youtu.be/_jiF0sSwY9c?t=2m5s (video made by insightAVIATION)
124 EK17 : AIB61WB is in the air. Doing touch and go's at TLS.[Edited 2014-04-10 03:22:50]
125 FlyingAY : Can someone please summarize where we are currently (it would be great if the thread opening post would contain that summary actually)? I'm not follow
126 travelavnut : This excellent sheet has most of the information you are requesting; https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AlVgPnmHLOovdFdzbVlyQzhYNDhCb1VFN1R
127 EK17 : MSN 3 flew as FWZGG earlier, take off from Cotswold at 10:44 and landed at 13:28 UTC. They may be wrong, could someone check?
128 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : MSN3 did hot fuel certification testing at Cotswold Airport. http://www.airbus-group.com/airbusgr...s.20140410_airbus_a350_xwb_uk.html http://www.flic
129 bobmuc : AIB62WB back in TLS at 18:13 UTC after flying along the north coast of Spain. Take-off was around 15:05 UTC.[Edited 2014-04-10 11:18:46]
130 Post contains images starbucks : I checked, there were a lot of clouds in that area with what looked like high tops, my guess would be ongoing natural icing trials... Also MSN3 is do
131 Post contains links and images insightAVIATION : MSN 1 taking off today: F-WXWB Airbus Industrie Airbus A350-941 - cn 001 von Flox Papa auf Flickr F-WXWB Airbus Industrie Airbus A350-941 - cn 001 von
132 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : The video also confirms VMU tests have been done in March.
133 Post contains links and images EK17 : This video is really quite amazing, it shows GiGi landing at Cotswold and coming to a halt in around ~15 seconds! http://youtu.be/rqSTVWw7twU Maybe th
134 travelavnut : Wow, that was awesome!!!!
135 bobmuc : As per FR24 GiGi is on the way back to TLS from Cotswold as AIB301. Take-off approx. 13:55 UTC.[Edited 2014-04-11 07:23:29]
136 Post contains images bobmuc : WOW! How did GiGi know where the camera is positioned?
137 poolkeeper : AIB63WB on the move. Also MSN4 active but no callsign at the moment. Edit: Now callsign AIB4R4[Edited 2014-04-11 08:23:20]
138 Post contains images Aircellist : Does the A350 qualify as STOL?
139 bobmuc : With only 1 1/2 h missing to reach 60% (or 1.500h) of the total planned flight test time, WB will probably make this milestone very easily today!
140 hivue : Looks like a very firm touchdown. Rocking back and forth after it stopped. Were the reversers being used until full stop or were they just open? Is t
141 pugman211 : Looks like the oil venting from the engine. If WB was empty and brakes on full, would be quite easy to stop so quickly.
142 Post contains links insightAVIATION : MSN 3 just appeared with callsign FWZGG again: http://fr24.com/FWZGG
143 hivue : I'm curious if they used full reverse right up to stopping.
144 Post contains links and images Part147 : Wow! She caught the 'third wire' beautifully! And here she is taking from the UK... http://youtu.be/-0-2t9n-qOY[Edited 2014-04-11 12:13:44]
145 Post contains images EK17 :
146 EK17 : What a beautiful sound those engines make!
147 bobmuc : Back at home at 19:45 UTC. -> A350XWB flight test program has passed 1.500 hour of flying!!!
148 Post contains links and images EK17 : AIB63WB Takeoff: AIB301 Landing back in TLS:
149 BoeingVista : No, its coming from an oil pipe under the engine, its a feature of the Trent XWB when on the ground at idle.
150 Aircellist : No flight today? What's happening? It has been so much clockwork recently…
151 AngMoh : Everyone gone on holidays for Easter?
152 Post contains links insightAVIATION : MSN 1 is already in the air for a while: http://fr24.com/AIB65WB Currently at 30,000ft and 457 kt .
153 Post contains links insightAVIATION : MSN 4 also took off, after being on thr ground for more than 3 weeks: http://fr24.com/AIB24NW
154 Post contains links and images bycac : Face to face with WB ! AIB56WB ready for take off this mroning
155 Post contains images sturmovik : Karel, do you have more info on what exactly is done during hot fuel certification tests ? She does look imposing! Thanks for the regular photo updat
156 Post contains links bobdino : AIB25NW is doing low-level circuits to the West of Tarbes. http://www.flightradar24.com/AIB25NW
157 KarelXWB : I'm guessing the aircraft needs to refuel while the engines are running.
158 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : MSN4 today: msn4 16/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr AIB26NW 16/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr
159 Post contains links and images bycac : And other !
160 Post contains links KarelXWB : Next flight for MSN2: http://fr24.com/AIB17CF
161 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : MSN2 just finished a few loops:
162 KarelXWB : Four test flights today: AIB66WB, AIB67WB, AIB18CF and AIB27NW. And MSN2 is now online as AIB1234.
163 Post contains links and images bycac : AIB66WB and AIB18CF on take off this morning :
164 Post contains links KarelXWB : And we have a 5th flight: http://fr24.com/AIB28NW
165 Post contains links KarelXWB : Summary from yesterday's flights: > MSN1: flew about 9h29m in two flights > MSN2: flew about 2 hours > MSN4: flew about 6h40m in two flights
166 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN3 airborne as well: http://fr24.com/AIB30GG
167 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN2 is also flying: http://fr24.com/AIB19CF All four A350s will have flown today.
168 poolkeeper : We have both AIB30NW and AIB69WB in the air for their second flights for today. Intense flying last two days.
169 KarelXWB : I guess that's because there will be no flights on Monday (holiday).
170 insightAVIATION : But isn't there already today?
171 KarelXWB : Many companies are only closed on Easter Monday.
172 bobdino : It's not a holiday in France today except, I think, for Alsace.
173 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Face to face with MSN1: Airbus A350-941 msn 001 by dn280tls, on Flickr
174 Post contains links and images 817Dreamliiner : MSN 3 producing some smoke from the right engine, the photographer mentions that its an engine start: msn3 19/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr
175 StTim : GG is currently showing as having 597 hours under her belt. Only 3 hours left to the unofficial target for this test frame.
176 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Indeed, the engine was off during takeoff as this picture shows: msn3 19/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr
177 StTim : Looks like a full engine out take off. Certification progress continues. Do we know is any formal cross wind landing testing has been undertaken yet?
178 KarelXWB : No news about cross wind landings yet. MSN1 did natural ice tests on Friday.[Edited 2014-04-20 02:56:46]
179 Post contains images starbucks : And AIB33GG concluded with 3 hrs making exactly 600/600 hrs now acc. to my administration... Let us see what happens now, maybe Airbus has changed pri
180 Post contains images StTim : I am sure it will contiue to fly
181 KarelXWB : It will, MSN3 has yet to complete the extreme temperature tests in Florida, and the hot weather campaign in the Middle East.
182 poolkeeper : Anyone knows how many hours has been added to test program for testing NiCd battery system?
183 Post contains links KarelXWB : Video of MSN3 takeoff with 1 engine: http://www.flickr.com/photos/f-alex_alexis_charroud/13949549822/
184 MWHCVT : Thanks for sharing that, what an odd thing to watch...was that video slowed down do you think, I'm guessing it was...also I wonder why the landing ge
185 Post contains images EK17 : That was really quite amazing but scary at the same time, thought it was going to crash like that A330 (Flight 129 back in 1994) doing the same test!
186 StTim : WiBi is off for a late evening flight.
187 Post contains images KarelXWB : Flying above Barcelona (Spain) right now
188 hivue : The beacon appears to be flashing at the correct frequency.
189 StTim : More natural icing testing?
190 Post contains images starbucks : Guess so, there is a clouded area over there and the Orange stuff on WiBi is for natural icing..
191 bobdino : AIB34GG is doing racetrack laps near Basel, and AIB31NW is admiring the historic city of Carcassone from 18,000 ft.
192 Pihero : Hey ! Wait a minute ! That was a V1 engine cut, not a takeoff on one engine. It's required for takeoff performance certification... And it's done at
193 Post contains links KarelXWB : Next flight for MSN1: http://fr24.com/AIB71WB Thank you.
194 StTim : It was discussed some time ago that pre certification they would just throttle back the engine for an engine out test - but that for certification it
195 BoeingVista : She certainly looked heavy and the TXWB that was operating sounded like it was being wrung..
196 Post contains images KarelXWB : Speaking of which, the RTO at MTOW will be spectacular to watch
197 CrimsonChin : I was wondering the same as someone above if the video was slowed down, because that climb looked really slow and laborious. But I guess the plane bei
198 StTim : It will explain it. It is the worst case scenario for a take off. You pass the point of commitment and an engine goes. Can you still take off and clim
199 mikesbucky : Anyone know the scheduled dates for the arrival in Florida for the climatic testing?
200 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : The latest A350 program update (published on April 9, 2014) shows that MSN5 first flight has slipped into June. Aside from MSN5, certification is stil
201 Post contains images starbucks : Taking that first slide and deleting all flights from after 28th March I came to the following: MSN1 - 18 hours too much, 700 vs 682 MSN2 - 2.5 hours
202 Post contains images MaxiAir : Just make another table on the overview page showing the date of official announcements and list the mentioned flighthours (as far as I remember ther
203 StTim : To be almost 99% accurate and have a fair idea on where the discrepancies come from is an astounding piece of work. I for one am a very keen follower
204 KarelXWB : It seems the MTOW RTO is scheduled for today, a bunch of fire trucks are being prepared for this event.
205 bobmuc : GG (AIBT6 !?) is online and NW (AIB33NW) is in the air for today since 7:26 UTC.[Edited 2014-04-23 00:38:47] And AIB72WB is now online too. Another bu
206 aviaponcho : So another big hurdle I will pay a little to know what is the real MTOW for those tests (including OEI take off).
207 StTim : Agree - I would love to know what MTOW they have used for the certification tests. Have they included a margin for growth? I suspect this is somethin
208 travelavnut : Thanks for the update Karel! Is MSN5 FF slipping into June going to affect the certification schedule a lot or is it just a minor slip? Hear hear, ch
209 KarelXWB : It's a minor slip, from the end of May into early June (1 or 2 weeks). The certification schedule remains unchanged.
210 StTim : Suspect that GiGi as AIBT6F has just done the MTOW RTO.
211 bobmuc : Is it normal, that Airbus would use TLS as the airport for the MTOW RTO. In case of something goes wrong, eg fire in the MLG, how long would the norma
212 CrimsonChin : I thought this test was usually done last like at the end of the flight testing? Or am I thinking of something else
213 StTim : I suppose they use Toulous so that if there are any issues with the plane post the RTO it is at the airport with the maintenance facilities.
214 KarelXWB : Yup. And there was a lot of smoke coming from the tires but unlike the A340 RTO, there were no flames.
215 StTim : Do they have to do the MTOW RTO with worn tyres and brakes? I would expect so that it is a true reflection of what is likely to happen. But are they a
216 Post contains images travelavnut : Great, thanks! The downside of your awesome contributions is that we are all now expecting pictures real soon Karel
217 BoeingVista : Thats my understanding, its probably going to need a complete brake teardown after completion also so Airbus would have a limited window to do this t
218 Post contains links and images bycac : NW in the fog this morning ! No photos for GG , but a lot of smoke at the end of his first RTO at MTOW
219 Post contains images KarelXWB : Airbus had a camera team present, let's wait for the Full HD video
220 Post contains links bobdino : Based on the info in this article on the A380, it's MTOW with 90% worn brakes. http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...m-energy-rejected-take-off-2122
221 KarelXWB : Indeed, it seems another MTOW RTO will have to be done at a later stage.
222 StTim : Intriguing Karel - do you know why? It is like when they did the VMU tests twice.
223 Post contains images starbucks : Thanks guys!! (sorry for the off topic) I started it because of my interest in the aircraft from the moment it was announced! But it grew out to beco
224 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : MSN3 after the RTO: msn3 23/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr
225 hivue : The last paragraph of the article says: "Last year, A380 MSN001 (above) completed a "high-energy" RTO test below the maximum take-off weight to clear
226 KarelXWB : Although I'm not 100% sure, I think today was the high energy RTO indeed.
227 CrimsonChin : That'd make sense, as Airbus should be starting the ELFs any time now.
228 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN3 minimum take-off speed test at BSL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFstXFGPDgU
229 StTim : They really are seriously into the certification phase. Many of the critical tests are now complete. Yes we still have MTOW RTO but the test schedule
230 Pihero : No. Takeoff speeds are pretty much fixed, so there is no such thing as *minimum takeoff speed*. What it could be is the first (?) tests on maximum *F
231 Pihero : I wish you luck in that dream. ...and seeing your dedicxation, I'm sure you'll fulfill it, somehow. Rgds
232 Post contains images starbucks : Thanks you! If only I knew someone in that French company who has ordered some *joking* Unfortunately the pilot job market is still a difficult one..
233 Post contains images bobmuc : Maybe you should look for this kind of job far more east... There should be some middle east carriers with a couple A350s on order...
234 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Look at the rudder input in this picture: msn3 21/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr[Edited 2014-04-24 08:26:18]
235 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Few pictures from today's flights: AIB36NW 24/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr msn4 24/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr AIB174WB 24/4/2014 by A380
236 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Late night work for MSN4: http://fr24.com/AIB38NW [Edited 2014-04-25 12:33:50]
237 StTim : GiGi cannot have needed too much work after the high energy RTO as she is up and flying circuits this morning.
238 Post contains links and images EK17 : Nice image of MSN 4 on A.net: View Large View MediumPhoto © T.Laurent MSN 3 yesterday: MSN 4 doing an 'airport test' yesterday: MSN 3 main gear close
239 starbucks : So, some new information has reached me, apparently MSN1 flew to Vatry this day, but due to a tech issue with the test equipment that lasted all day
240 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : See: http://twitter.com/Frenchpainter/sta...s/460022110249693185/photo/1/large
241 StTim : In my view it is most likely to be inclusive of flight test hours on the 28th March.
242 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Next flight for MSN4: http://fr24.com/AIB39NW Agreed.
243 Post contains images starbucks : Thanks guys! My thoughts too, always nice to have some extra opinions about it //Edit: I was asking it because MSN1 did 2 flights on the 28th, if the
244 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN3 is also preparing for its next flight: http://fr24.com/AIB36GG
245 Post contains links KarelXWB : It took awhile, MSN3 is now in the air as AIB35GG. http://fr24.com/AIB35GG
246 Post contains images KarelXWB : MSN1 did some runway tests as AIB1T13.
247 Post contains images starbucks : All that braking and turning wears down the brakes and tires quite nicely.... Maybe MSN1 will do the real MTOM RTO soon!
248 Post contains images thunderboltdrgn : Perhaps MSN1 is practising for Le Mans 24 hours.
249 bobmuc : NW had take-off today as AIB40NW at 7:57 UTC. GG was online first but is still on the ground two hours later as AIB38GG.
250 bobmuc : I haven't seen GG in the air but now online as AIB39GG for the afternoon session... maybe some important ground test!?
251 Post contains images starbucks : If she did circuits without ADS/B turned on we wouldn't have seen anything happened more often lately
252 Post contains images bobmuc : An interesting call signed has appeared at FR24: AIBRTONW ...
253 overcast : RTO, Can't imagine what that stands for....
254 aviaponcho : NW : new weight ? Or normal weight Or next week ? Or no wreck ?
255 Post contains images starbucks : MSN4 did a Rejected Take Off after flying..
256 StTim : NW is for MSN4 surely
257 overcast : And RTO is surely for Rejected Take Off. The track certainly looked like one. Not sure if they would do the Maximum one with MSN4 though.
258 StTim : It was straight after a few hours flying so definitely not any where near Max take off weight.
259 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Another engine test it seems: msn4 29/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr
260 Aircellist : New wing???
261 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : According to this photo, MSN4 did a crosswind landing today: Crosswind landing A350 cn 004 by Jujug Spotting, on Flickr
262 MWHCVT : Any idea where WB is off to today? Currently well into northern Italy at approx FL200
263 KarelXWB : No idea, and the callsign is also a bit different (AIB75W).
264 Post contains images MWHCVT : I've no idea where I'd look for such information but what's the weather like in that area just noticed its now down to FL140 I wonder is natural icin
265 StTim : WB is doing a lot of sight seeing around northern Italy and out of the adriatic. I can only assume it is more natural icing tests.
266 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : MSN2 was also seen today: msn2 30/4/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr
267 Post contains links EK17 : Found a video of MSN 3 doing the high energy RTO on April 23: http://youtu.be/3nDfsLzhmeQ According to the uploader, MSN 3 was meant to do 10 RTO's th
268 KarelXWB : The tires automatically deflate to reduce stress, otherwise they could explode.
269 TheRedBaron : By seeing the video, it did not look good.... (well they stopped but looks the tires are almost on fire) TRB
270 Post contains links Unflug : The fire trucks were waiting for a reason. Compared to the test on the A340-600 it did look good: Airbus A340-600 RTO Other brakes got hot too during
271 KarelXWB : Three flights today: AIB20CF, AIB40GG and AIB76WB.
272 StTim : Was hoping we would be seeing ELF's by now.
273 bigsmile : I assume what you mean by ELF, are the flights with passengers. If so,these will be done on MSN005.
274 StTim : No early long flights will be done by CF. Route proving will be done by MSN5. That is my understanding anyhow.
275 TheRedBaron : Thanks, I had not seen those videos.... holy cow.... TRB
276 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Few pics from yesterday's flights: msn2 2/5/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr AIB20CF 2/5/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr Airbus A350-941 msn 002 by d
277 Post contains links KarelXWB : AirInsight published their April flight test update: http://airinsight.com/2014/05/01/flight-tests-update/
278 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN2 is airborne: http://fr24.com/AIB101 The callsign indicates a special flight.
279 starbucks : I dare to say first ELF or maybe even ferry to Eglin...
280 EK17 : I agree with you about the ELF but IIRC wasn't MSN3 going to go to Eglin?
281 MWHCVT : Does look like she is venturing to the other side of the pond with no messing around
282 KarelXWB : MSN3 is supposed to go to Eglin, unless plans have changed.
283 starbucks : In my own personal opinion it has never been confirmed that MSN3 would go to Eglin (or have I missed a article that came from a reliable source?) The
284 Post contains links KarelXWB : Confirmed by Airbus: http://twitter.com/Airbus/status/462945140311879680
285 EK17 : This is exciting, can't wait to see some photos of how it goes!
286 Post contains images KarelXWB : It will be interesting to see how far they will go.
287 Post contains images teme82 : Me thinks that the same things they did for the Nightmareliner
288 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : MSN2 is visible again.
289 Post contains links starbucks : According to a tweet by @AirbusInTheUS MSN2 will be landing at DFW before being ferried to the Climatic Lab tomorrow... http://twitter.com/AirbusInThe
290 StTim : Not sure CF is going direct to DFW - currently flying at about 1,200 ft near Raleigh
291 KarelXWB : It made a low pass fly-by at Kinston Regional Jetport. The callsign now changed to AIB102.
292 StTim : Jon Ostrower explains on Twitter that she did a fly by at Spirit Aero.
293 Post contains images BoeingVista : Yup she seems to be having a grand day out again.. [Edited 2014-05-04 11:30:52]
294 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : AIB102 touchdown in DFW at 20:54UTC. And here we have MSN2 in Kinston NC: http://twitter.com/SpiritAero/status/463054217758777345
295 Post contains images MWHCVT : I wonder if on the way to FL they will do a fly past over the Mobile site? Yes I know it's not strictly connected to this project, but it's almost on
296 Post contains links and images EK17 : At the gate: www.twitter.com/airsnark/status/463075299098251264 Is this the first time for the A350 on US soil?
297 CrimsonChin : Pretty sure it is, unless I've missed something Yeah I don't think it was ever MSN3, what I actually remembered(though I can't remember where I saw it
298 Post contains links and images EK17 : Size comparison with an ERJ-140! www.twitter.com/joshhaynes1414/status/463090787677249537 First Videos! http://youtu.be/7FIfSPrZZ50 - Is it me or did
299 douglasyxz : At 1:55 the nose goes up again for a second or two.
300 Asiaflyer : Strong winds in the video, so probably just got caught by a wind gust.
301 Post contains links and images 817Dreamliiner : Seems AA is having a look at the A350: http://twitter.com/Leslie_PScott/status/463338668204109824
302 StTim : More flying for GG and NW this afternoon. NW is doing circuits as AIB23NW which is way out of sequence. GG is out over the bay of Biscay as AIB41GG
303 Post contains links KarelXWB : It seems the cabin ceiling is indeed pretty high. http://twitter.com/Leslie_PScott
304 Post contains links and images KarelXWB : Today's pictures: AIB43NW 5/5/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr msn3 5/5/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flickr AIB141GG 5/5/2014 by A380_TLS_A350, on Flick
305 CrimsonChin : Doesn't look it from any of the views though, but that's great to hear, always wondered why most Airbus seem to have lower ceilings than Boeing.
306 Post contains links KarelXWB : MSN2 now on its way to Florida: http://fr24.com/AIB101
307 CrimsonChin : I have a question about the hangar, can it be used to test both extreme heat and cold? If it can, I wonder how the heat part is carried out.
308 Post contains links and images starbucks : MSN2 arrived at McKinley Climatic Lab for the extreme weather testing around midnight UTC Airbus has posted a picture on their Facebook: Quite a speci
309 StTim : Do we know how long CF will be at the facility? The C series in the back ground has been there over a month (in my ageing memory hasn't failed me - ag
310 Post contains links starbucks : I don't know, but @AirbusInTheUS also tweeted the same picture I just noticed. In the Tweet they are talking about "weeks of extreme weather testing"
311 Post contains links Unflug : Apparently yes: http://www.airbus.com/newsevents/new...da-for-more-extreme-weather-tests/ Over the next couple of weeks the aircraft and its various
312 Post contains links starbucks : From the CSeries i understand that to simulate extreme heat mirrors are used to focus sunlight on the aircraft... i am not sure a out this, but even t
313 KarelXWB : If I remember correctly the lab can go from -45°C to +45°C. It took a few weeks for the CSeries aircraft, I suppose it will be the same for MSN2.
314 Post contains links KarelXWB : Apparently I was wrong, it's -54°C to +70°C. http://www.air-cosmos.com/2014/05/06...ur-des-essais-climatiques-extremes
315 Post contains links jetblueguy22 : Hi All, As this thread has gotten quite long Part 16 has been created to continue the conversation. It can be found here A350 Test Flights Official Th
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