The newly-unveiled A330-300 domestic/regional version benefits from Airbus’ continued investments in the most efficient mid-size widebody jetliner operating today, providing a highly reliable, cost-effective and modern aircraft for growing passenger markets such as China and India.
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The growing worldwide demand for commercial air transportation – which is detailed in Airbus’ latest 20-year Global Market Forecast – will continue to drive the airline industry toward more efficient and operationally-effective aircraft, with large widebodies representing the majority in terms of sa...
Like the jetliners it will one day produce, Airbus’ new U.S. A320 Family final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama is preparing for “takeoff,” with foundation and ground-level work now setting the stage for this facility to rise from the ground.
Airbus’ milestone 8,000th delivery reaffirms the company’s position as a market leader for jetliners in the 100-500-seat categories, with a product line recognised worldwide for its efficiency, reliability and operational flexibility.
Today’s milestone handover of Airbus’ 1,000th A330 Family aircraft underscores the continuing popularity and success of this widebody jetliner based on its demonstrated reliability, efficiency, and versatility, as well as continuous improvements to the product line.
British Airways is poised to become the 10th operator of Airbus’ 21st century flagship jetliner following handover of the airline’s no. 1 A380 today
Airbus had a dominant presence at this week’s Paris Air Show – from the high-profile participation of its aircraft in the display area and during daily flight presentations to the event’s business-oriented hospitality chalets – where new orders and commitments were announced for 466 jetliners.
The A380 literally “owned the skies” during the opening hours of this week’s Paris Air Show, creating an initial “buzz” with a major acquisition announcement that expands lease opportunities for airlines, followed by the rollout of a new marketing campaign for the flagship jetliner, and topped off w...
The world’s aviation sector moved to the rhythm of Airbus’ A350 XWB today as this new-generation jetliner performed its first flight – viewed by thousands of company employees, industry executives and aircraft enthusiasts at Toulouse, France, and followed on the Internet by a global audience.
An Airbus cooperative effort with its EADS parent company has developed a highly effective technology that enables the construction of buildings nearer to airport runways without hindering the vital landing systems that guide aircraft to a safe touchdown.