Airbus Middle East

Serving airlines accross the Middle East and North African region

Airbus has a growing presence in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region with more than 40 airlines in nearly 30 countries from the east Atlantic coast to the Indian Ocean, including flagship and national carriers, low cost and smaller regional operators, in addition to MENA-based leasing companies.  

The Airbus Middle East office is located at the heart of Dubai Airport Free Zone, UAE, and employs more than 75 professionals. In addition to the commercial unit, the subsidiary includes Airbus Corporate Jets, Airbus Spares Centre, and Airbus Training Centre.

Newly launched airline, SaudiGulf orders four Airbus A320ceo aircraft.

17 March 2014 Press Release

SaudiGulf, a new Saudi Arabian airline wholly owned by Abdul Hadi Al Qahtani Group of Companies has signed a firm contract with Airbus for four A320ceo, to be delivered early 2015. The aircraft is equipped with Airbus “Sharklet” fuel saving wing tip devices. 

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Kuwait Airways firms up commitment for 25 Airbus aircraft

20 February 2014 Press Release

Order for ten A350 XWB and 15 A320neo Family aircraft

Orders & deliveries viewer

Review the worldwide Airbus orders and deliveries totals with the summary table, below.  For a full listing, utilise the link underneath the summary table to download the latest Excel file – which is updated monthly and lists all firm commercial aircraft transactions, including the family of Airbus executive and private aviation jetliners. 

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