The A380 customers list provides detailed sales information on Airbus’ 21st century flagship A380, which has accumulated a total of 318 bookings as of August 2014.A380 customers list – August 2014 – 18.02 KB
Sales information for Airbus’ A350 XWB – which has received 750 firm orders as of August 2014 – is provided in this next-generation jetliner’s ordertable document.A350 XWB ordertable – August 2014 – 20.44 KB
Airbus’ A330 Family remains a preferred choice for airlines around the world. Its ordertable details the 1,342 firm orders from 97 customers as of August 2014.A330 ordertable – August 2014 – 29.17 KB
Airbus’ A320neo Family is one of the fastest-selling product lines ever. The corresponding ordertable highlights its 3,257 firm orders received as of August 2014.A320neo ordertable – August 2014 – 28.03 KB
The Airbus Price List – which has been updated for 2014 – details the individual commercial cost for each member in Airbus’ jetliner product line. All figures provided in this PDF document are contingent upon aircraft design weights, engine selections and levels of customisation.Airbus price list 2014 – 20.6 KB
Review the 2013 Airbus results orders with this downloadable listing, which provides data for each Family of aircraft.2013 Airbus Results table – 41.46 KB
Review the worldwide Airbus orders and deliveries totals from 1989 to 2013 with this downloadable listing, which provides individual data for each year.
Titled “Future Payloads,” Airbus’ latest Cargo Global Market Forecast (GMF) projects the growing worldwide need for freighter aircraft over the next 20 years will almost double the required global fleet to nearly 3,000 freighters, driven by positive trends in world trade, private consumption and industrial production.
The latest Airbus Global Market Forecast (GMF) – titled "Future Journeys" – covers the 2013-2032 timeframe, and highlights how emerging economic regions will further increase their importance in overall traffic growth during the coming 20 years.
Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast (GMF), covering the 2013-2032 timeframe, identifies a need for some 29,000 passenger and freighter aircraft – reconfirming an upward trend in the pace of new aircraft deliveries. This outlook, which is titled "Future Journeys," also outlines how emerging economic regions will further increase their importance in overall traffic growth.
As the aviation industry continues to grow, Airbus is working proactively with partners across the industry to keep environmental impact to a minimum and meet the company’s ambitious targets for an eco-efficient future.Aviation’s environmental roadmap – 14.09 MB
Airbus is committed to the sustainable future of aviation by providing innovative solutions to reduce environmental impact throughout an aircraft’s entire life cycle – from design and manufacture to in-flight operations and end-of-life management.
An Airbus-commissioned study by London-based Ledbury Research provides unique insight into billionaires in three high-growth regions – the Middle East, China and Russia – for further understanding of these high-net-worth individuals’ lifestyles, purchasing patterns and travel preferences.
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