We Make It Fly


Find out how Airbus’ payload hosting platform Bartolomeo allows customers and researchers to test space technologies 400 km above Earth.


Named after Christopher Columbus’ younger brother, Bartolomeo offers the only unobstructed view from the International Space Station (ISS) towards our planet and into outer space. That’s why the platform is ideally suited for many types of experiments, including Earth observation, environmental and climate research, robotics, material sciences and astrophysics.


In this podcast interview, Christian Steimle, Bartolomeo business and service manager, explains how Airbus helps customers get their payloads into space cost- and time-efficiently.


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Welcome to the Airbus Podcast, 'We Make It Fly'.


Here you will find conversations on everything Airbus - what the company is currently up to across its several divisions, its plans for an innovative & sustainable future, and a view of its prestigious past.



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This year Airbus is celebrating its 50th anniversary! Meet Jeff Burridge and Martin Agüera, both senior communications officials for Airbus. They will take you to every corner of the company, from an experimental simulator to an assembly line where 12 jets are put together under one roof. In this podcast, you will get a behind the scenes view and be introduced to some of the fascinating individuals that have made Airbus a global giant in the aerospace industry today. You will hear many true stories including — the high school kid who was sitting in India watching the A380’s first flight, which sparked his dream of joining Airbus — where he works today. And the experience of one of the original employees, the woman with the badge number 007, who was on board Airbus’s first commercial jet as it set off around the world to get orders. So get on board, sit back, relax and enjoy the journey.


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