In an effort organized by Airbus, three tons of relief supplies have arrived at Santiago, Chile, to support humanitarian efforts following the February 27 earthquake.
Hawaiian Airlines is boosting the eco-efficiency of its long-range fleet with the purchase of another A330-200 aircraft, to be delivered in 2011.
Continuing its worldwide tour as part of the International Year of Biodiversity, the “See the bigger picture” photo exhibition will be on display near the Olympic Village in Vancouver, Canada through 21 March.
Airbus North America Engineering locations in Wichita, Kansas and Mobile, Alabama are continuing to add employees and expand facilities, underscoring Airbus’ position as a global company with a strong U.S. presence.
Airbus’ continued growth around the world – demonstrated by its 6,000th aircraft delivery – equals significant economic benefits for the U.S., which is the company’s largest single supplier country.
Seven tonnes of goodwill cargo arrived in South America last month thanks to the joint efforts of Airbus, DHL, Kuehne + Nagel and French charity Aviation Sans Frontières.