This blog has many articles on Airbus safety - that it is inherently and for quite valid reasons, unsafe. The last post is here and if you enter "Airbus" in the Blogger site search, you can see the other posts too.
Anonymous [appropriate, yes, for one throwing in the ad hominem] commented on the last post, on 25 September 2009:
Following your childish trend:
Maybe, the US corp. Goodrich has yet to learn how to make proper pitot tubes? "The European Aviation Safety Agency has issued a safety warning for air speed sensors that are made by Goodrich Corp. and fitted on many Airbus jets — just two weeks after advising airlines to use them instead of instruments made by Thales SA".
The problems of the Airbus had already been mentioned:
and also here.
So just how childish have I been on Airbus? My reply is in this report today:
A Singapore Airlines A380 was forced to turn round mid-flight and head back to Paris on Sunday after one of its four engines failed, the head of the airline's French operations said.
Quite childish, yes.