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Let's Visit Airbus, Blagnac

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  • The tour of the A380 is very well done, with a part in bus, a "theoretical" with movies and a part on the bridge at the top of the Assembly hall. The guides are very professional, it's really Industrial Tourism of excellent level!
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  • I made the visit to the Assembly of the Airbus 380 line. I am not going to describe it in detail because there are other opinions that they do. There are those who consider that it doesn't much interest because the plane is only seen from a glass gallery and photos can not be removed. To my seemed just the opposite: an exciting story that can get the man when intends to collaborate, illustrated with views of the resulting technical prodigy live. It is also impressive to see a series of three A380 at different stages of production and, on the other side of the hangar, as about the finished aircraft tracks or on the verge of completion.
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  • Their computer system was down, so they had written on the website that you have to call to reserve (not on the English and Spanish versions of the website, they just left a dead link there...). I tri...  more »
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  • The tour is only OK. Half of it happens in the bus driving around the assembly hall. Then it's possible to see the assembled planes from above from a visitors window. This is supported by quite shallow information about Airbus. The guide lady lacks detailed knowledge about the program and her English is only average French. The tour is supported by videos which are watched standing by the visitors window. The videos aren't too exciting and can probably also be found on YouTube. Details about the company and interesting operational structures are not disclosed. The tour ends in a simulated prototype test center which is interesting but not presented in an exciting fashion. When booking the afternoon tour, it is not possible to visit the museum afterwards, neither is its entry included in the tour price. The timing could be better. Generally, the tour is focused on A380 and the visitor doesn't get directly in touch with the airplanes. The small roof in front of the entrance doesn't cover rain, which makes it obsolete. There was a huge rat on the runway which was fun.
  • We enjoyed ourselves and it's an experience to visit while in the area. They could make it better by having a better booking process and perhaps making one complete tour. The Boeing tour seemed a bit better
  • Good little tour, got to see the A380 from the balcony. Guide was very good. She helped my friend who wasn't very well. He didn't enjoy the tour as much as the rest though. I would recommend
  • Anyone visiting Toulouse, should go and visit Airbus once. I recommend taking the full tour including a visit to the assembly line. Staff is knowledgeable, Museum will give you plenty of fun for at least two hours and is a nice place to visit for families and adults alike.
  • I did the A380 tour, while it was not the most extensive tour you still got a nice view of the factory and a very knowledgeable guide. Be sure to check out the aerospace museum that's in the same place. It has some cool planes in it such as the first production prototype Concorde.