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A print for the future: Innovation is helping the A320neo take flight

13 April 2015 Feature story

The company is utilizing 3D printing (also known as additive layer manufacturing) to produce components for the pylon of A320neo developmental aircraft powered by CFM International’s LEAP-1A – which is one of two new-generation engine choices for the single-aisle NEO Family, along with the PurePower...

Relocating to innovate: the Airbus Wichita, Kansas engineering centre will join a new U.S. innovation campus

3 April 2015 Feature story

Airbus’ initial engineering centre established in the United States will be moving to a new home – joining a developing innovation hub to help accelerate the application of new ideas and technologies into the company’s market-leading commercial jetliners.  

Airbus plans to relocate its Wichita...

CIT orders five additional A321ceo aircraft

2 April 2015 Press Release

Strong demand for the A321, Airbus’ largest single-aisle aircraft

Airbus BizLAb, from innovation to business

13 March 2015 Headline news

Airbus launched its first BizLab aerospace accelerator on 9 March. The 700m2 Toulouse facility is the first in a start-up-nurturing network that will extend to Hamburg and Bangalore. BizLab provides bright ideas with resources and support to take them to market faster. Guests at the inauguration hea...

Most advanced A330 rolls out of paintshop in Delta Air Lines livery

9 March 2015 Press Release

New higher weight A330 variant paves the way for the A330neo

Just four months after entering the Final Assembly Line, and less than two months after its maiden flight, the first 242 tonne Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) variant of the A330 rolled out of the paintshop in Toulouse, France in Delta Air...

ALC firms up order for 55 Airbus aircraft

9 March 2015 Press Release

Signals strong demand for Airbus’ latest A330neo and A321LR models

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