The A380 has received a Validation of Type Certificate from the Civil Aviation Administration of China, preparing the way for its future operation in this growing airline marketplace.
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.
Airbus Americas Chairman Allan McArtor discussed the company’s wide-ranging commitment to greener flight and a cleaner planet at last week’s “See the bigger picture” photo contest awards ceremony.
Two young U.S. photographers joined global winners of the Airbus-sponsored “See the bigger picture” biodiversity photo contest at a red-carpet reception in Washington, D.C.
Passengers can now fly between the United States and Europe aboard Airbus’ 21st century flagship jetliner with the inauguration of Air France’s new transatlantic service.
MINT flights demonstrate fuel savings of 165 kg - leading to more than 500 kg reduction in CO2 emissions per landing
A series of A321 demonstration flights into Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport have revealed positive results for the MINT (Minimum CO2 in Terminal Manoeuvring Area) project, which aims to improve air transport’s eco-efficiency through better air traffic management.
The latest Airbus innovation in wing aerodynamic enhancements, called Sharklets, are to result in reduced fuel burn and carbon emissions for Airbus’ benchmark A320 Family.
The Airbus Corporate Jet Centre has expanded its range of products with development of a new A320 VIP kit, which will enable the dual-role capability to transport VIPs or passengers.
A key element in the company's evolving relationship with suppliers, Airbus' new "Extended Enterprise" approach will lead to more efficient development and production for the A350 XWB and future aircraft.
Energy Days at Airbus’ Hamburg, Germany site promoted the responsible use of electrical power with simple suggestions, new ideas and unique devices.