A second Airbus engineering centre has been opened in Wichita, Kansas as the company continues to grow its local employment by an average of 30 per cent annually. This new facility is to focus on wing work for Airbus aircraft, and also will house a growing team of in-service repair engineers special...
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Airbus has completed the latest version of its A350 XWB cockpit mock-up, which will play a vital role in the next phase of verification and validation work for the future twin-engine aircraft.
The Atlantic Interoperability initiative to Reduce Emissions (AIRE) programme, which features key participation from Airbus, aims to demonstrate future reductions in CO2 emissions using current technology.
Workhorse of the industry carries in excess of 5.000.000.000 (5 billion) people
Airbus' A330 remains the jetliner of choice for passenger, cargo and airlift service with operators worldwide
Already one of the most successful widebody aircraft in service today, the popularity of Airbus' A330 continues to grow with more than 1,000 orders booked for its various versions.
A five-year research programme on new aircraft concepts has made important progress on several promising future technologies.
Airborne mobile telephone and wireless Internet service, offered by the OnAir company of Airbus and SITA, has been introduced for the first time by Oman Air on its A330.
The need to use an aircraft’s main engines during ground taxi may be eliminated with a new tractor developed by Israel Aircraft Industries and tested in a joint effort with Airbus.
Demonstrating continued confidence in eco-efficient Airbus A330 family
Carrier set to launch long haul services with A330-200