We Make It Fly

We Make It Fly

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Welcome to the Airbus Podcast, ‘We Make It Fly’.

Here you will find conversations on everything Airbus – what the company is currently up to across its several divisions, its plans for an innovative & sustainable future, and a view of its prestigious past.

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The X3’s legacy lives on with today’s RACER demonstrator, part of the European Union’s Clean Sky 2 research programme. RACER improves upon the X3’s simple, proven formula, marrying higher speed with cost efficiency and fuel savings.

Flying 50% faster than a conventional helicopter by combining a main rotor with boxed wings and propellers, RACER could have a major impact on missions where speed means lives, such as emergency medical services and search and rescue.

On the 10th anniversary of the X3’s first flight, let’s take a walk back in time – and then into the future – with Tomasz Krysinski, the head of the X3 programme and today’s Head of Research & Innovation at Airbus Helicopters.

And don’t miss the two previous episodes, with X3 test pilot Hervé Jammyrac, X3 flight test engineer Dominique Fournier, and U.S. tech rep Jonathan Hubbell.

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