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Hawaiian Airlines signs firm order for 12 Airbus widebodies: contract includes six A350 XWBs

Hawaiian Airlines signs firm order for 12 Airbus widebodies: contract includes six A350 XWBs
4 February 2008 Press Release

Hawaiian Airlines Inc., Hawaii's largest airline, has signed a firm order for six A350 XWB-800s and six A330-200s. This deal finalises a Memorandum of Understanding announced in November 2007. The airline will begin receiving their new A330s in 2012, and will take delivery of their first A3...

Hawaiian Airlines choose Airbus A350 XWB and A330 aircraft for long-haul fleet

Hawaiian Airlines choose Airbus A350 XWB and A330 aircraft for long-haul fleet
29 November 2007 Press Release

Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., Hawaii's largest airline, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus for six Airbus A350 XWB-800s and six A330-200s, selecting Airbus aircraft for the first time in their history.

 

TAP to acquire up to 15 A350XWBs and eight additional A320s

TAP to acquire up to 15 A350XWBs and eight additional A320s
26 November 2007 Press Release

TAP Portugal has signed a firm contract for 12 A350XWBs, plus three options, and a letter of intent for an additional eight A320 Family aircraft. The Lisbon based airline herewith converts its initial order for the A350, placed in December 2005, into the new A350XWB, and has, simultaneously, increas...

Airbus signs MOU with NDRC to formalise Airbus A350XWB work package to Chinese aviation industry

26 November 2007 Press Release

Airbus signed today a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) to formalise the commitment of allocating five per cent of the A350XWB airframe to the Chinese aviation industry.

The MOU was signed by Chen Deming, Vice Minister of NDRC, a...

Applying new technology to the A350 XWB's development

21 November 2007 Feature story

Airbus' development of its new A350 XWB is benefiting from the increased use of computational fluid dynamics, which helps define the all-new jetliner's external shape. This technology will speed up the A350 XWB's development process, complementing traditional wind tunnel testing.

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