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Airbus New Aircraft “e-Delivery” System, Pegasus Airlines Is Their First Customer To Use This Method

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Airbus has implemented a new aircraft “e-Delivery” virtual process for handing over new aircraft to customers. This is in line with their health & safety requirements during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Pegasus Airlines is their first customer to use the new system, they took delivery of three brand new A320neo Family aircraft. It is expected that more airlines will follow this process. (news.flightag.com) More...

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greerbk
Greer Kemp 5
Wow this is brilliant! They email you an aircraft, and then all you do is enter the license code and BAM! There it is! Amazing.....
leomgoes
Leonardo Goes 3
Yea! Then you have to install yourself, it only takes some months!
kelvin1950
Kelvin Fay 3
If Microsoft made airplanes.............
greerbk
Greer Kemp 1
Hehe... yes I am amazed by these wonderful technologies... if it comes out the wrong colour, I wonder if you can click a dropdown list with other colour options.... :D Hahaha
PSUAth
You wouldn't download a plane....
greerbk
Greer Kemp 1
Hm... you might....


(I take it you are replying tongue in cheek... as I was when I commented...?)
PSUAth
It's a riff on the piracy ads back in the early 2000s. You wouldn't steal a car...so dont download music and movies.
lynwilliams
lyn williams 0
some assembly required. Batteries not included. Taxes, Tags, Registration Fees, other fees, insurances, and pilots not included. Fuel cells not included. Fuel not included. Aluminum and other aircraft materials not included. So what have you got? A Bucket of Bits.
pagheca
pagheca 3
Amazon more than amazing...
paulgilpin1953
paul gilpin 1
OT
but an article in the register of the link provided.
i see the A330 is ETOPS approved for 180 minutes. when is EASA going to approve ETOPS 3600000000000000000000000 minutes? and what airplane will it be?

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