Airbus and General Electric have completed a noise reduction programme launched two years ago to meet new demands in noise sensitive regions. The programme concerned more particularly the A300B4 powered by General Electric's CF6-50 engines and was performed in cooperation with Airbus customers....
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The month of January drew more than 1.65 million visitors to www.airbus.com as a global audience came to Airbus' corporate website for its unveiling of the 555-seat A380.
Airbus and Gamesa Aeronáutica have signed an Agreement of Intent at the Airbus plant in Getafe (Madrid), establishing a framework for performance and participation in the new Airbus A350 programme, which was commercially launched last December. The agreement also allows for the joint planning o...
Gamesa signs an agreement of intent to participate in the A350
All-freighter carrier Air Hong Kong has taken delivery of an A300-600F General Freighter aircraft the 800th widebody aircraft to roll off the production line and the fifth to be delivered to the airline.
China Southern Airlines has taken delivery its first A330-200 of four on order, becoming the first operator of the aircraft in the Chinese mainland. The remaining three will be delivered in the first half of this year.
The aircraft, powered by Trent 700 engines of Rolls Royce, will seat 266 ...
Kingfisher Airlines has signed a contract with Airbus for three A319s, becoming a new customer for the type. It has already placed firm orders for ten Airbus A320s and taken options on a further 20, deliveries of which will begin in April this year.
Deliveries of the newly ordered A319s will ...
The A319 demonstrates superior performance capabilities in challenging high-altitude airport conditions
All-business transatlantic flights and corporate shuttle service are part of the A319's daily operations
All-business transatlantic service and corporate shuttle operations are all in a day's work for the A320 Family
The assembly of Airbus' new A380 at Toulouse, France is building up to the rate of four aircraft per month