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At home in the Middle East: Airbus keeps close to its customers in the region

9 November 2015 Headline news

Airbus is in familiar territory for the Dubai Airshow, where the company is underscoring its significant presence in the Middle East – one of the world’s fastest-growing aviation markets.

It’s not only at Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central this week that Airbus aircraft are a familiar ...

International and domestic traffic powers Middle East growth

9 November 2015 Press Release

Some 2,500 new passenger and freighter aircraft required over the next 20 years

Flying high in Dubai: Airbus highlights its widebody leadership

8 November 2015 Headline news

Airbus’ market-leading widebody jetliners are taking centre stage during the Dubai Airshow as this complete family continues to shape the future of air travel through its shared values of unmatched operational efficiency and superior passenger comfort. 

 

Comprising the A330 Family – including...

Getting ready for the show: Airbus’ all-new A350 XWB arrives for the 2015 Dubai Airshow

7 November 2015 News in brief

Airbus’ A350 XWB jetliner is ready for the spotlight at the Dubai Airshow as part of its Middle East demonstration tour that is showcasing this highly-efficient member of the company’s market-leading widebody product line.

The A350 XWB’s Dubai Airshow presence is the third stop in a high-profile de...

Airbus’ Fly Your Ideas student challenge attracts more diversity than ever before

2 June 2015 Headline news

Diversity is a key driver of innovation, so it’s no surprise that Airbus’ latest student challenge – Fly Your Ideas 2015, which sought innovative new concepts to help shape the future of aviation – featured the most diverse line-up of participants in this global competition’s history.

Fly Your Idea...

Watching out for customers to ensure the A350 XWB’s smooth service entry

11 March 2015 Feature story

With the second A350 XWB aircraft commencing commercial service this month – and Airbus’ production ramp-up ongoing – the company is developing new ways of working to facilitate the jetliner’s smooth service entry with operators worldwide. 

As part of this approach, Airbus has created the EIS ...