AiRTHM: Service excellence for the A380 and A350 XWB
12 February 2016

Airbus Real Time Health Monitoring (AiRTHM) is an advanced service which provides optimised maintenance and troubleshooting for A380 and A350 XWB operators to help avoid and reduce delays and cancellations. The uplink technology allows real-time remote access to aircraft data parameters via the ACARS digital datalink system, enabling Airbus AiRTHM engineers to deliver maintenance and technical advice both in flight and on the ground.
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AiRTHM: Service excellence for the A380 and A350 XWB
12 February 2016

Airbus Real Time Health Monitoring (AiRTHM) is an advanced service which provides optimised maintenance and troubleshooting for A380 and A350 XWB operators to help avoid and reduce delays and cancellations. The uplink technology allows real-time remote access to aircraft data parameters via the ACARS digital datalink system, enabling Airbus AiRTHM engineers to deliver maintenance and technical advice both in flight and on the ground.

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AIRTAC: Keeping Airbus fleets flying safely and efficiently
12 February 2016

A dedicated Airbus team staffs the company’s AIRTAC (Airbus Technical Aircraft-on-ground Centre) support facility in Toulouse, France, which takes advantage of high-tech solutions to minimise on-ground time for repairs and troubleshooting, and maximise availability. At this site, Airbus specialists and engineers are available 24/7 – providing aircraft-on-ground support and real-time health monitoring services.

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The A320neo Family: unmatched efficiency
11 February 2016

The future of single-aisle aircraft is taking flight with Airbus’ A320neo (new engine option) family, which is creating better, more efficient ways for airlines and passengers to fly. Learn more about the game-changing product line with this video.

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Iran selects Airbus for its civil aviation renewal
28 January 2016

In a significant step for modernising Iran’s commercial aviation sector, Iranian officials have signed two agreements with Airbus at the Elysée Palace during Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s official visit to France. One agreement covers Iran Air’s acquisition of 118 Airbus jetliners – 73 widebodies and 45 single-aisle aircraft – and includes pilot and maintenance training and support services. The other is a comprehensive cooperation agreement to develop air navigation services, airport and aircraft operations, regulatory harmonisation, technical and academic training, maintenance, repair and industrial cooperation in the country. This video provides highlights from the signing at Elysée Palace, along with commentary from Airbus President and CEO Fabrice Brégier.

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Services by Airbus: connecting the dots
14 January 2016

With a range of innovative services and tailored solutions to optimise costs and improve operational efficiency for airlines, Services by Airbus “connects the dots” for its customers. It offers value-creating services that cover airlines’ requirements for training, aircraft operations, maintenance, upgrades, digitalisation and more – backed by Airbus’ technical knowledge and the in-service experience gained with its complete product line of commercial jetliners.

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The year in review: Airbus' 2015 highlights
05 February 2016

This video recaps a wide range of commercial and operational achievements for Airbus during 2015. Highlights for the year included the company’s 9,000th total aircraft delivery, the official inauguration of the new U.S.-based A320 Family final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama, as well as key milestones for the company’s market-leading product line of advanced and modern jetliners. In 2015, Airbus booked more than 1,000 net orders, while delivering a company-record 635 aircraft to customers.

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In the making: the first TAM Airlines A350 XWB
16 December 2015

The first A350 XWB for TAM Airlines – delivered 16 December 2015 – takes shape in this video clip. It highlights the delivery of components, assembly, painting and other key production steps, and concludes with the milestone widebody jetliner in flight.

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The history of aviation safety: Putting passengers’ safety first
01 December 2015

Significant improvements in safety have been made since the start of commercial aviation, allowing it to become a trusted mode of transportation that connects people and boosts businesses. In this video Airbus recaps the key improvements which have made air travel safer and more reliable since the 1940s. This includes developments such as improvements in aircraft technology, as well as enhancements in flight training, navigation and air traffic control. The aviation industry continues to evolve, but its top priority is the same: getting passengers to their destinations safely.

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The right aircraft, right now… and beyond: Airbus’ A330 Family
30 November 2015

This video highlights the benefits of Airbus modern, state-of-the-art A330 Family, which has become a preferred choice for more than 100 airlines around the world. Offering unrivalled low operating costs and versatility, this widebody product line comprises five in-service members – A330-300, A330-200, A330-200F, A330 MRTT and the ACJ330 – and offers two new engine option (NEO) versions (A330-900neo and A330-800neo).

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Fly with Airbus’ A330 Family
30 November 2015

With one aircraft product line – the A330 Family – Airbus has created a versatile series of modern, efficient and comfortable jetliners. Offering superior operating economics and flexibility, the A330 Family comprises two commercial passenger versions (The A330-300, and A330,200) along with the A330-200F freighter, the A330 MRTT aerial refueling tanker and the ACJ330 corporate jet. This is being increased with the A330neo (new engine option), which was launched in 2014.