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Airbus carried out the First test flight of the A321neo with the new ‘E-Rudder’ system installed

Airbus carried out the first test flight onboard the Arbus A321Neo fitted with the new ‘E Rudder’ system yesterday in Toulouse, France.

Photo: Matdu20eme

Airbus will be replacing the present mechanical rudder control with electronic rudder control for future variants of the airbus series aircraft.

The E-rudder will become standard on the A319neo, A320neo, and the A321neo however, this modification will not be available for the conventional A320 family aircraft.

In addition to weight saving, the E-rudder will provide fuel saving, Ol reduction, Maintenance cost reduction.

With the E-rudder modification, the rudder trim failure would also no longer impact the Auto-Pilot availability.



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