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    Talking Point

    The tragic downing of MH17 in open airspace, but which some airlines had chosen to avoid, has sparked heated debate as to where responsibility should lie in declaring flight paths safe.
    In a blog for Business Travel News today (July 28), Malaysia Airline’s commercial director Hugh Dunleavy, vociferously argues that it should not be the responsibility of carriers.

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    Sarah-Jayne Russell
    28/07/2014 - 16:04

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    Travel Blog

    Tom Hart
    16/06/2014 - 16:00
    Airbus Innovation Days: Future factories will speed up certification

    Airbus has, understandably, been concerned by the trend in recent years for certification of new aircraft to take increasingly longer. However, with the A350 the company hopes to reverse the trend and complete certification in one year.

    The A350 XWB production line has been the test bed for a number of novel technologies and techniques that the OEM hopes to roll out in its factories in future. 

    Speaking at the Airbus Innovation Days event last week (June 16–17), Michel Roboam, SVP of manufacturing engineering, described how Airbus plans to make to change how the company’s factories work over the next 16 years. 

    For Airbus the future is in having human-centred, integrated and eco-efficient industrial systems. 

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