Emirates – which is the largest customer for Airbus’ A380 – displays one if its new double-deck jetliners during the 2015 Dubai AirshowAIRBUS GROUP / JV REYMONDON, JV REYMONDON
Always a popular site at international airshows, the double-deck Airbus A380 jetliner had a prominent presence on the grounds of Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central during the 2015 Dubai AirshowJEAN-VINCENT REYMONDON
Emirates’ new A380 is on display for visitors of the 2015 Dubai Airshow, a biennial aviation industry gathering held at Al Maktoum International at Dubai World CentralAIRBUS GROUP / JV REYMONDON, JV REYMONDON
Workshops for the Airbus Little Engineer initiative that inspires Middle Easter students to pursue careers in the aerospace industry were conducted during the 2015 Dubai Airshow’s Future’s DayAIRBUS GROUP / JV REYMONDON, JV REYMONDON
Ethiopian Airlines’ acquisition of 12 A350 XWBs – confirmed during the 2009 Dubai Airshow – pushes this next-generation jetliner’s total sales past the 500 milestone. These highlights from the press conference include comments by Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Tom Enders and Ethiopian Airlines CEO Girma Wake, who calls the carrier’s first Airbus order “the beginning of a long relationship.”
At its Dubai Airshow signing ceremony for 50 additional A380s, Emirates Airline Chairman and CEO HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al-Maktoum explains how these aircraft will support the airline’s route operations – particularly to airports with capacity slot constraints. He was joined for the signing by Fabrice Brégier, Airbus President and CEO.
At the Dubai Airshow signing for five A330-200 Freighter jetliners and options for eight more, Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker explains how the carrier will use these aircraft in catering to the air cargo market’s growing demand. Joining the signing event in the presence of international reporters was Airbus President and CEO Fabrice Brégier.