Order covers passenger aircraft plus new freighter modelMalaysia Airlines has placed a firm order with Airbus for 17 A330 widebody aircraft. The contract firms up a previously announced Memorandum of Understanding for 15 A330-300 passenger aircraft, plus an additional order for two A330-200F Freight...
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Airbus' presence at this week's FIDAE air show in Santiago, Chile underscored the company's growing success in Latin America, where nearly 370 Airbus aircraft currently are flying with 22 airlines - representing some 42 percent of the total in-service fleet. FIDAE also provided Airbus the opportunit...
Airbus' 21st century flagship jetliner is one step closer to service entry in China with a successful operational evaluation by the country’s civil aviation administration.
Airbus has a major presence in Latin America, where the new A330-200F cargo aircraft is making its market debut at Chile's FIDAE 2010 air show.
Airbus, the largest export customer of United States aerospace, has issued a statement regarding the World Trade Organisation panel report in the U.S. case against the European Union.
Responding to the growing market for performance-based navigation technology in China - where one-fourth of airports present challenging operational conditions - Airbus subsidiary QuoVadis has opened a new facility in Beijing.
The German national airline's initial A380 - which will enter service later this year on routes to Asia and North America - has been painted in Hamburg using Airbus' modern and eco-efficient methods.
China's first private low-cost carrier Spring Airlines has received its initial A320 produced at Airbus' Chinese final assembly line, joining the growing list of operators to receive aircraft from this facility. The A320 - configured in an efficient 180-economy seat layout - will be deployed on rout...
U.S.-based global carrier becomes the 33rd customer for Airbus’ newest jetliner, with deliveries beginning in 2016.
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.