After celebrating four decades of innovation, Airbus now is looking forward to how air transport might look for passengers in the year 2050 and beyond.
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Airbus’ A380 will soon be in service with Korean Air as its sixth international operator, further expanding a global route network that every day is underscoring this aircraft’s undisputed role as the world air transport industry’s new flagship airliner.
During a ceremony today at Airbus’ Toulouse...
Airbus’ line of corporate jets has marked a new evolution with today’s introduction of updated branding, colours and nomenclature for these aircraft – which offer unmatched comfort, space and cabin flexibility.
The new engine option for Airbus’ best-selling A320 Family of jetliners continues to build momentum, having already received more than 330 firm orders and commitments as the company gears up for an October 2015 entry-into-service.
Airbus’ A330-300 has surpassed the 500-order mark, reinforcing this widebody jetliner’s market competitiveness and demonstrated capabilities in service with more than 90 operators around the world.
Airliners serving the Asia-Pacific region are expected to grow larger in the coming decades, responding to strong growth across this dynamic market – which is to carry one-third of the world’s passenger traffic by 2029.
This is one of the key messages from Airbus’ Asia-Pacific market forecas...
Airbus has added another Asia-Pacific operator – and the first in Japan – to the A380 customer list with Skymark Airlines’ order for four of the 21st century flagship jetliners.
Airbus will build on its industry-leading commercial activity in 2010 with a full slate of programme milestones targeted for completion this year, including key advances in the company’s civil and military product lines.
According to Airbus’ Global Market Forecast for 2010-2029, almost 26,000 new passenger jetliners and freighters will be needed to meet the rising demand for flight services.
Airbus brings together minimum change with maximum benefit for its A319, A320 and A321 by offering two new jet engines – CFM International’s LEAP-X and the PW1100G PurePower from Pratt & Whitney – along with the large wing tip devices called Sharklets.