With a new addition to the Hua-Ou Aviation Support Centre in Beijing, this facility will provide enhanced support for operators of Airbus aircraft in China.
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Shortly after receiving its first A330-300 passenger jetliner and initial A330-300F freighter from Airbus this week, Turkish Airlines highlighted these A330s at the Istanbul Airex air show – where an Airbus A380 test and development aircraft also was on display.
Airbus’ updated branding combines the original ball-shaped logo with the modernised typeface of its EADS corporate parent company.
The Airbus Corporate Foundation has provided assistance for a relief mission, which was performed with the testbed A340-600 aircraft and delivered supplies to those affected by the recent flooding in Pakistan.
Etihad Airways has received the first A330-200F at its Abu Dhabi home base, and is preparing for the service introduction of this new mid-size freighter with the carrier's Etihad Crystal Cargo air freight operation.
The 133 firm orders and 122 commitments announced by Airbus at this week's Farnborough International Airshow continues the company's strong commercial performance in 2010.
Airbus’ high-level activity during the 2010 Farnborough Airshow’s opening day was led by major sales announcements for A320 Family aircraft and an order for A330-300 widebody jetliners.
The third A400M has performed its maiden flight, joining the development and certification programme for Airbus Military’s next-generation, multi-role airlifter.
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.
Airbus took centre stage during the 2010 Berlin Air Show, with high-level participation that included its announcement of new aircraft agreements valued at more than $15.3 billion and the public debut of Airbus Military’s new A400M airlifter.