A330-200F: Allowing freight operators to adapt to evolving markets
Following an intensive and robust evaluation process, Air New Zealand has ordered 14 Airbus A320 aircraft to replace its existing domestic fleet of 15 Boeing 737-300s. The aircraft will be powered by IAE engines. The A320, which is larger than the aircraft type it will replace, will enable Air New Z...
Logistics Centre to support on-going Airbus' industrial cooperation programmes in China
A major step in fleet renewal
EASA certifies "Brake To Vacate" (BTV) and "Runway Overrun Warning and Prevention" (ROW/ROP) systems on the Airbus A380
Improving runway turnaround time and reducing runway excursion risk at landing
Airbus' A318 Elite has successfully passed the milestone of its tenth aircraft delivery, highlighting the widespread and growing appeal of this new member of the family, which was launched less than four years ago, in November 2005. The A318 Elite has won more than 25 sales in Asia, Europe ...
To reinforce the company?s new operational efficiency
Enhancing maintenance in the Middle East for Airbus customers
First step in fleet modernization