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Airbus unveils the world's first 3D printed electric motorcycle: Light Rider

Airbus has a wholly-owned subsidiary called APWorks, which is set up to develop additive manufacturing techniques – especially metallic 3D printing – for the supply chains of Airbus’ main businesses. 349 more words


The first 3D printed electrical motorcyle and it's just weighing 77 pounds!

Technology keeps going forward and so does the 3D printers. Everything can be made with 3D printing. From tiny things to parts and even bigger things like vehicles or airplanes. 215 more words

Vietnam's VietJet to buy 100 Boeing planes for US$11.3b

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

HANOI: Vietnam’s VietJet agreed a firm order of 100 Boeing 737 MAX 200 airplanes worth US$11.3 billion at list prices on Monday (May 23), making it one of the region’s fastest growing low-cost carriers. 72 more words

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Mayzen Melbourne - May 2016

I have a selection of board games up for grabs if you’re the first person to tell me when I last posted an actual real travel post.* I say this, because, well, looking at the name of my blog, it’s kinda stating that it’s a blog to record my adventures experienced whilst travelling. 1,184 more words

Airbus delivers American Airlines' first US-built aircraft

The second US-built US A321 has been delivered to American Airlines. A ceremony was held at the company’s property located in Mobile, Alabama. Present during the occasion were executives from Airbus and American Airlines and representatives of the more than 350 employees at the facility. 164 more words


Via Tolosana Day 27: Planes, trains and automobiles

Toulouse to Leguevin – 16kms

Even though my alarm went off at 6am, I didn’t start until about 6:15am.  I wrote a little in my room, then went downstairs for breakfast. 2,047 more words


Airbus just patented the fastest helicopter in the world

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Airbus is trying take high speed helicopters to whole new level.

Last month, the United States Patent and Trademark Office approved an application last month from Airbus Helicopters’ Axel Fink, Ambrosius Weiss, and Andrew Winkworth for a new compound helicopter. 307 more words