New Airbus operator with commitment for two A330s
A321 for fast-growing Vietnamese carrier VietJetAir
Airbus & Toulouse airport welcome a Brussels Airlines A320 with unique Tintin livery
An A320 of Brussels Airlines with a special livery inspired by the Tintin comic book “Red Rackham’s treasure” has landed today at Toulouse-Blagnac airport. The livery was unveiled at the airlines’ Brusse...
Vueling takes delivery of its first enhanced comfort A320 cabin featuring the Airbus Space-Flex concept
Airbus Innovations offering flexibility and maximising airline revenues
Airbus and SIAEC to strengthen collaboration by establishing maintenance training services in Singapore
Signifying Airbus’ latest milestone to become even closer to its customers and partners and to support them around the globe, Airbus and SIA Engineering Company Limited (SIAEC) have entered into an agreement to provide maintenance and engineering training services for Airbus aircraft in Singapore.
Renewed confidence in the aircraft to boost growth
Turkish Airlines has signed a firm order for the purchase of four A330-200F freighter aircraft. Operated by Turkish Cargo, a brand of Turkish Airlines, the additional aircraft will help to further boost the company’s expansion in the c...
New higher weight A330 variant paves the way for the A330neo
Just four months after entering the Final Assembly Line, and less than two months after its maiden flight, the first 242 tonne Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) variant of the A330 rolled out of the paintshop in Toulouse, France in De...
Signals strong demand for Airbus’ latest A330neo and A321LR models
Bringing innovative ideas to market quicker
The first A350 XWB for Vietnam Airlines has been rolled out of the Airbus paint shop in Toulouse on Friday 6th March, featuring the airline’s updated distinctive blue and gold lotus livery.
The aircraft, which will be leased from AerCap, is now entering the advanced stage of produ
Versatile, flexible, economic A330s to fuel Airline’s fleet renewal
First visit of an A350 XWB to Munich International Airport
Airbus has decided to further increase the production rate for its very successful A320 Family to 50 aircraft per month from Q1 2017, matching market demand. Additionally, Airbus is adjusting the A330 production rate to six a month from Q1 2016 as it transitions towards the A330neo.
“As an aircraft...
Xtra mature, reliable, innovative, efficient, comfortable
Strong showing from Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas
Outstanding efficiency and comfort to benefit airlines and passengers
Airbus makes further inroads in Israel with its first widebody aircraft deal.
Airbus is pursuing negotiations for the sale of its subsidiary CIMPA SAS with the Sopra Steria group, a European player in the digital transformation sector.
The decision to sell Cimpa stems from Airbus’ detailed portfolio review, and enters into the framework of its strategic plan aiming to refocu...
Dynamatic to manufacture key wing components for A330 wide body family
Registration for the 2015 academic year starts on February 16th
The aviation industry is a key enabler of the UAE economy. With growth of air traffic expected to increase from 2,200 flight movements a day in 2014 to 5,100 flight movements daily in 2030, optimizing airspace is critical to handling increasing capacity demands, efficiency and overall growth. ...
China’s first low cost carrier expands fleet to meet growing demand for cost efficient air travel
Largest A320 Family model has lowest operating costs in single aisle category
Kévin Sanchez, quality inspector at Airbus, receives the gold medal for aeronautical maintenance at Worldskills
A young Airbus talent rewarded, en route for the final in São Paulo
Sharklet equipped A320 for optimum high altitude airport performance
South Korea’s Asiana Airlines has selected Airbus Flight Hour Services (FHS) to provide components support, securing the highest service level for daily A330 operations. This latest selection by Asiana Airlines re-affirms its confidence in Airbus’ Flight Hour Services, less than a year after signing...
A320 – the region’s signature single aisle aircraft
Avianca Holdings S.A. has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus for 100 A320neo Family aircraft. Avianca will base its fleet renewal strategy on the A320neo Family.
“After a thorough technical evaluation,...
· Patrick Piedrafita new Head of the A350 XWB Programme
· Eric Zanin new Head of the A330 Family Programme
· Klaus Roewe new Head of the A320 Family Programme
Airbus and HAECO Group have entered into a long term strategic agreement to provide maintenance and engineering training in mainland China and Southeast Asia. Through this collaboration, HAECO, headquartered in Hong Kong and one of the world’s leading aircraft engineering and maintenance groups, wil...
ANA’s new order further boosts presence of A320 Family in Japan
Over 200 Airbus A320 Family aircraft assembled so far
Price adjustment for Airbus’ modern, comprehensive and fuel-efficient aircraft Family
ALC first to commit to Airbus’ increased range option
. Incremental innovation rewarded by A320neo & A330neo market success
. Highest number of Airbus Widebody airliners delivered
. Industry record backlog of 6,386 aircraft secures Airbus’ long term outlook.
Key milestone for the latest evolution of the popular A330 Family
Paves the way for entry into service in 2015 with launch customer Delta Air Lines.
Major endorsement for Airbus single-aisles in world’s leading growth region
Departing Toulouse on its delivery flight to Qatar Airways’ base in Doha, is the airline’s first A350 XWB accompanied by its big sister A380 – the fourth for Qatar Airways which is also making its first journey home. With the delivery of this A350, the airline beco...
Momentum continues to build for new Airbus Widebody aircraft
Opens a new chapter in aviation history
First Middle East airline to equip fleet with Airbus’ Runway Overrun Prevention System (ROPS)
First U.S. airline to order new aircraft type
Unmatched service and comfort on two decks
Teams at Airbus now selecting the best 100 concepts
The first A350-900 for Finnair is taking shape in the Roger Béteille Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse, France. Finnair will be the first European airline to fly the A350 XWB and the third operator in the world. Scheduled for delivery in autumn 2015 the aircraft is now in the fuselage section jo...
Carrier to benefit from even lower operating costs for long haul services
Chinese domestic traffic to become the world’s number one within 10 years
LAN Airlines, part of LATAM Airlines Group celebrated the arrival of its first A321 today at Santiago’s Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport. This marks a significant milestone as LATAM Airlines affirms its regional and global presence as the largest A320 operator in Latin Ame
Royals given guided tour of A350 XWB final Assembly Line
Airbus and the Global Engineering Deans Council deliver the 2014 Award for Diversity in Engineering Education.
Marita Cheng, founder of Robogals Global, from Australia is named 2014 recipient
Strong momentum growing for Airbus’ new A330neo Widebody