Hi Fly, a Portuguese airline specialising in worldwide widebody aircraft wet leasing, has placed its first direct firm order with Airbus for two A330-200s. Hi Fly is an all-Airbus operator and the two additional A330s will join its existing fleet of 14 Airbus widebody aircraft.
The no. 1 Iran Air A330-200, delivered by Airbus in March 2017, is the first widebody jetliner from a firm order placed in December 2016 for 100 Airbus aircraft (46 single-aisle and 54 widebody) to renew and expand the carrier’s fleetAirbus
RwandAir’s first of two widebody A330 aircraft, received in September 2016, will be deployed on medium- and long-haul routes from the operator’s Kigali home base to destinations throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle-EastMASTERFILMS, GOUSSE Herve - MasterFilms
Benefitting from the unbeatable economics, versatility and high reliability of Airbus’ A330, the A330neo reduces fuel consumption by 14 per cent per seat – making it the most cost-efficient, long-range widebody aircraft on the market
During Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s official visit to France with French President François Hollande, Iran officials signed agreements with Airbus that cover new aircraft orders and a comprehensive civil aviation cooperation package. With the agreements, Iran Air will acquire a full range of Airbus’ market-leading commercial jetliners – including 21 A320ceo Family, 24 A320neo Family, 27 A330ceo Family, 18 A330-900neo, 16 A350-1000 and 12 A380 aircraft
In a key programme milestone, Airbus’ delivered its first 242-tonne maximum takeoff weight A330-300 variant, which was received by U.S.-based launch customer Delta Air Lines. This enhanced member of the A330 Family offers increases range at lower costs, and underscores Airbus’ philosophy for incremental innovation, while serving as a platform for the A330neo. Relive the highlights of the delivery ceremony held at Airbus’ headquarters in Toulouse, France on 28 May 2015 as Delta Air Lines officially welcomed the 242-tonne A330 into its fleet.
Tunisia’s national airline, Tunisair, received its first A330-200 jetliner during a ceremony held in Toulouse, France on 9 June 2015. Providing comments during the handover event was Didier Evrard, Airbus Executive Vice President Head of Programmes; Michel Dubarry, Rolls-Royce Head of Europe and North America; Sarra Rejeb, Tunisair Chief Operating Officer; and Mahmoud Ben Romdhane, the Tunisian Minister of Transport.
Explore the continuous innovation and latest technologies on board Airbus’ A330 Family aircraft, whose worldwide popularity reached new heights with the milestone delivery of the 1,000th A330 – which was received by Cathay Pacific Airways in July 2013.