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Emirates Airline buys 65 Airbus A350s and 11 additional A380s

Emirates Airline buys 65 Airbus A350s and 11 additional A380s
11 November 2007 Press Release

After an intensive evaluation process, Dubai based Emirates Airline has signed a firm contract for 81 Airbus wide-body aircraft (50 Airbus A350XWB 900 plus 20 -1000, and 11 additional A380s) in an agreement which could eventually rise to 131 aircraft. The order  was signed at the 10

International Lease Finance Corporation concludes revision of its original 16 aircraft A350 order to 20 A350 XWBs

26 October 2007 Press Release

International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC) and Airbus have concluded a revision of ILFC's original 16 A350 order to 20 A350 XWBs. The revised agreement by the world's largest commercial leasing company by fleet value, and a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc, is for both the -800 an...

US Airways firms up order for 92 Airbus aircraft; order includes 22 A350 XWBs

US Airways firms up order for 92 Airbus aircraft; order includes 22 A350 XWBs
5 October 2007 Press Release

Following an agreement announced in June 2007, US Airways has now signed the contract for the purchase of 92 Airbus aircraft, including: 18 A350-800s, 4 A350-900s, 10 A330-200s, and 60 A320 Family aircraft. The airline is slated to receive its first A350 in 2014 with deliveries running through 2017....

Vietnam Airlines to acquire 10 A350 XWB and 20 additional A321 aircraft

Vietnam Airlines to acquire 10 A350 XWB and 20 additional A321 aircraft
1 October 2007 Press Release

Vietnam Airlines has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for 10 A350-900 XWBs, as well as for 20 additional A321s. With this further commitment for Airbus aircraft, Vietnam Airlines becomes a strategic customer for the A350 XWB programme. Furthermore, with this commitment for the A350 and for...

A350 high-lift devices combine simplicity with fuel savings

24 August 2007 Feature story

Airbus' new A350 XWB will incorporate the latest high-lift technology in its wings, allowing for greater dynamic response and flexibility. This will provide better aircraft performance, reduced weight, and less maintenance for A350 XWB operators.

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