Putting the ‘air’ in Airbus

  • 30-Jun-2008 08:07 EDT

In a contract valued at more than $125 million, Airbus selected B/E Aerospace to supply passenger and crew oxygen systems for the new A350 XWB aircraft. B/E Aerospace’s passenger and crew oxygen systems utilize the company’s patented Pulse system as well as chemical oxygen generation. The systems deliver oxygen more efficiently than traditional passenger systems and reduce overall system weight, fuel burn, and maintenance costs.

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