Airbus tested the cabin of its Airbus A350 by inviting a crew and 129 passengers to board for a mock flight. Although the aircraft never left the ground outside Hamburg, Germany, the virtual flight helped test the cabin. "We thought this was the right time to put Cabin Zero to the test in a real operational environment with real cabin crew," said Michel Treillet, director of customer programs for the A350 XWB program.
Airbus stages mock flight for A350 with "Cabin Zero"
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