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First A321XLR takes off in test flight

Airbus said longest-range single-aisled jet offered unbeatable economic performance.

Airbus A321XLR takes off from Hamburg-Finkenwerder Airport in Germany.

Nevil Gibson Fri, 17 Jun 2022

Airbus’ first A321XLR (Xtra Long Range) has completed its first test flight, which lasted four hours and 35 minutes.

The aircraft, MSN 11000, took off from Hamburg-Finkenwerder Airport to test flight controls, engines and main systems, including flight envelope protections, both at high and low

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