LOOK: Airbus uses sky to etch-a-sketch milestone event
The aviation giant Airbus celebrated a landmark achievement in the skies over Quebec yesterday.
In a salute to the fact that the company is about to deliver its 12,000 aircraft, pilots aboard an A220 test flight followed a four-hour flight path out of Mirabel Airport that formed a 12K pattern.
The aircraft was also the 12th A220, formerly the Bombardier C Series passenger jet, to be delivered to Delta Air Lines.
La Presse says the flight went from Mirabel to La Malbaie, then along the St-Lawrence River to La Tuque, Lac-Saint-Jean and Parc de la Vérendrye, before returning to Mirabel.
Not only is @Airbus approaching 12,000 Deliveries, this particular Aircraft will also be the 12th #A220 for @Delta. Its a creative way to do a Test Flight. Nice work by everyone involved 🙂— AIB Family Flights (@aibfamilyflight) May 8, 2019
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