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Hawaiian Airlines to order six A330-800neo aircraft

23 July 2014 Press Release

First U.S. airline to join launch list for new aircraft type

A350 XWB MSN001 successfully conducted ‘Maximum Energy Rejected Take-Off’ test

22 July 2014 Press Release

Airbus has successfully performed the ‘Maximum Energy Rejected Take-Off’ (MERTO) test with the A350 MSN001 on the morning of Saturday 19th July at Istres Air Force Base in France. MERTO, which follows on from the previous ‘High Energy Rejected Take-Off’ (HERTO) preparation test conducted by MSN001 t...

Airbus wins business worth more than $75 billion for 496 aircraft at Farnborough Air Show 2014 – a new Airbus record at Farnborough

17 July 2014 Press Release

• Customers endorse newly launched A330neo with 121 commitments;

• A320neo Family continues to outpace the competition with 317 orders

• Airbus achieves the 3,000th A320neo Family order during the show

Transaero Airlines commits to 20 A330s

17 July 2014 Press Release

First A330neo launch customer in Europe

Hong Kong Aviation Capital orders 70 A320neo Family aircraft

17 July 2014 Press Release

Lessor confirms strong market demand for the efficient A320neo Family

Airbus, British Airways, Heathrow and NATS partner for ‘Quieter Flights’

16 July 2014 Press Release

Industry initiative to study noise reduction procedures

Air Mauritius orders six A350 XWB

16 July 2014 Press Release

A350 key to modernising Air Mauritius’ all Airbus long-haul fleet

Airbus recognises suppliers for best in-service performance

16 July 2014 Press Release

Supplier Support Rating award winners judged by 111 Airbus operators

AirAsia X to order 50 A330neo

15 July 2014 Press Release

Launch customer for new version of best-selling widebody

Airbus A320neo surpasses 3,000 firm orders

15 July 2014 Press Release

Ongoing success for the newest member of Airbus’ Single Aisle Family

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