Airbus is playing a key role in a new UK collaborative research and development project with the goal of improving modelling techniques to support aerospace technology innovation under auspices of the Aerospace Growth Partnership and UK Centre of Aerodynamics.
As the A350 XWB progresses toward its maiden flight and subsequent service entry, Airbus has created a new way to stay up-to-date on this next-generation airliner.
Airbus released the first edition of its “A350 XWB Shaping Efficiency” online magazine on 4th June, providing readers with an insi...
The Airbus Corporate Jet Centre’s (ACJC) reputation as a cabin-outfitting innovator is being underscored this week at the largest annual gathering for Europe’s business aviation community, EBACE 2013 – where the 100-per cent Airbus subsidiary is presenting its ACJ319 Bluejay cabin concept.
Airbus ProSky’s new CEO sets his sights on broadening the products and services of this air traffic management subsidiary
Expanding Airbus ProSky’s collaboration with aircraft operators, air navigation service providers, airport authorities and other stakeholders to improve Air Traffic Management (ATM) systems is among the top priorities for this Airbus subsidiary’s new CEO, Paul-Franck Bijou.
Airbus once again has expanded its airframe design and engineering center in Wichita, Kansas, with this latest development providing much-needed workspace for employees hired over the past year to support on-going A320, A350 and A380 family program activities.
Lightning strike testing has been performed for the A350 XWB, completing a key required step in preparations for this next-generation Airbus jetliner’s maiden flight.
Airbus’ SUPER (Supply of Used Parts and Equipment for Re-use) project – launched in 2012 – aims to find a new cost-effective and environmentally-beneficial solution to meet the needs of its global operators.
Airbus Military’s A400M today became the first large military transport designed and certified to civil standards from its inception when it received full type certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) airworthiness authority.
The South African Aviation Authority has approved South African Airlines’ new Required Navigation Performance with Authorization Required (RNP AR) procedures for Cape Town International Airport, which were designed in close cooperation with the Airbus ProSky company Quovadis.
It marks the first suc...
Airbus ProSky is taking a high-profile role in developing Europe’s first airspace simulation platform that will be available to the aviation sector – which is called Shared Virtual Sky, and allows for accelerated innovation as well as the ability to test new air navigation concepts for improved safe...