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Interactive video lesson plan for: How Airplanes Are Made

Activity overview:

Behind-the-Scenes of an Airbus A350 being built!

Thanks to the folks at Airbus for bringing me to France, Germany, & the UK to visit their headquarters and facilities and see so much incredible engineering. As you can probably tell from this video, I was super excited to learn how airplanes are made and I hope you've enjoyed learning a little bit, too!

Thanks to all of the engineers, technicians and staff who took the time to share their work:

Fernando Alonso
Peter Chandler
Emanuele Costanzo
Laurence Savignac
Daniel Reckzeh
Florian Seidel
Rob Davies
Phil Brown
Imran Khawaja
Chris Buckley
David McDonald
Philip Sims
Paul Beazley-Long
Paul Craig
Olivier Criou
Tim Boddy
Anne Jany
Mark Wainwright
Nicolas Antoine
Mark Pearman-Wright
Raphael Sheffield
Eric Ezell
Ingo Wuggetzer
Delphine Comin
Laurent Fradin
Katia Street
Anthony Rosendo
Christian Bade
Tore Prang
Paige Stanton
Vicky Runcie
Jill Hutchinson
Didier Delibes
Jennifer Newlands

Additional camera/sound help by:
Masterfilms
Joël Montagu
Christophe Palis
Franck Flies
Muriel Casas-Parramon

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Music made freely available to the public domain by the Musopen Symphony
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