A new chapter has been opened in the quest to make commercial air transport more environmentally and economically sustainable, with the agreement by Airbus and South Africa’s National Aerospace Centre to jointly fund research by Hydrogen South Africa (HySA) into the application of fuel cells on airl...
Hydrogen South Africa (HySA) Systems, The National Aerospace Centre, and Airbus to research use of fuel cells for commercial airliners
Delivers more of what customers want
Now seven new aircraft to join the all-Airbus single aisle fleet
On track towards Type Certification in Q3 this year
Taiwanese corporation to supply composite panels for aft belly fairing
The world’s newest, most modern and efficient aircraft, the Airbus A350 XWB, made its Brazilian debut, arriving at Guarulhos International Airport (GRU), in Sao Paulo, on Wednesday, 6th August.
The aircraft, MSN 005, is one of five A350 XWB prototypes used to perform comprehensive flight test and ...
World tour in final phase of testing to reach certification
World tour in final phase of testing to reach certification
World tour is final phase of testing to reach certification
The world’s newest, most modern and efficient aircraft, the Airbus A350 XWB, has just wrapped up its successful African debut, leaving at Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport this morning on its next test flight to Sydney, Australia.
The aircraft, MSN 005, is one of five A350 XWB p...
World’s most modern Widebody airliner joins Iberia’s long-haul fleet
ANA to become first A320neo operator in Japan
Aeroman, an El Salvador based Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) operation, is celebrating its first successful year of operating the Airbus Managed Inventory (AMI) service. AMI ensures the optimised replenishment of high-usage, non-repairable parts at the customers’ facilities, guaranteeing part...
Following discussions with Skymark Airlines and in light of the airline’s expressed intentions in respect of the A380, Airbus has in accordance with its contractual rights, notified Skymark Airlines that the purchase order for the six A380s signed in 2011 has been terminated. Airbus is reserving all...
The world’s newest, most modern and efficient aircraft, the Airbus A350 XWB, landed for the very first time at Hong International Airport (HKAI) earlier today.
The aircraft, MSN 005, is one of five A350 prototypes used to perform comprehensive flight test and development trials. The aircraft has to...
World route proving tour to visit 14 cities
First U.S. airline to join launch list for new aircraft type
Airbus has successfully performed the ‘Maximum Energy Rejected Take-Off’ (MERTO) test with the A350 MSN001 on the morning of Saturday 19th July at Istres Air Force Base in France. MERTO, which follows on from the previous ‘High Energy Rejected Take-Off’ (HERTO) preparation test conducted by MSN001 t...
Airbus wins business worth more than $75 billion for 496 aircraft at Farnborough Air Show 2014 – a new Airbus record at Farnborough
• Customers endorse newly launched A330neo with 121 commitments;
• A320neo Family continues to outpace the competition with 317 orders
• Airbus achieves the 3,000th A320neo Family order during the show
First A330neo launch customer in Europe
Lessor confirms strong market demand for the efficient A320neo Family
Industry initiative to study noise reduction procedures
A350 key to modernising Air Mauritius’ all Airbus long-haul fleet
Supplier Support Rating award winners judged by 111 Airbus operators
Launch customer for new version of best-selling widebody
Ongoing success for the newest member of Airbus’ Single Aisle Family
Becomes launch customer for the new Airbus Widebody aircraft
A330neo momentum builds, A321 on-going market hit
Confirms A320 Family continues to be favourite with lessors worldwide
Lessors strengthens portfolio with world’s fastest selling aircraft
Strong appeal of fuel-efficient A320neo continues to attract lessors worldwide
Leading lessor announces first commitment for A330neo
Building on the proven economics, versatility and high reliability of the hugely popular A330, the A330-800neo and A330-900neo launched in July 2014 will reduce fuel consumption by a further 14% per seat compared with today’s A330, making them the most cost efficient, medium range widebody aircraft ...
Aircraft are intended for operation by British Airways
Adds new members to its market-leading Widebody Family
41 tonnes of relief goods on board this ferry flight.
Gearing up to first flight in September 2014
The A350 XWB takes centre stage with UK airshow debut
Job dating days for some 350 Airbus apprentices
A350 XWB test fleet now complete: ‘MSN005’ – the fifth and final flight-test aircraft takes to the skies
With the first flight today of A350 MSN005, the five-strong development fleet is now complete. Being the second passenger cabin-equipped A350 and tasked with route proving and ETOPS validation, MSN005 embodies the operationally defin...
Airbus, the leading aircraft manufacturer worldwide, and CESI, the training and higher education group, have reached a partnership agreement in the areas of training that is designed to develop and strengthen their relations.
This collaboration is organised along the
Focussing on engines and systems performance in hot weather conditions
Exploring new concepts and solutions of future aviation through co-innovation
Metron Aviation has announced that Monte Belger has been appointed President of Metron Aviation. Mr. Belger has a long, successful career in the aviation industry and was most recently Vice President of Industry Relations at the Dulles, Virginia-based company.
Belger joined Metron in 2011 in ...
Airbus to open its first flight training centre in Latin America
A320 for Lion Group’s full service unit Batik Air revealed in its full livery.
Wizz Air, the largest Central and Eastern European low cost - low fare airline, has taken delivery from Airbus of its 50th A320 Airbus aircraft during a special ceremony in Toulouse, France, taking the total of its A320 fleet to 52. The carrier was one of the first Eastern European Airlines to take ...
Airbus confirms that Emirates Airline has decided to cancel its order of 70 A350 XWB aircraft*. The decision follows on-going discussions with the airline in light of their fleet requirement review, as demonstrated by their order of 50 additional A380 at the last Dubai Airshow and their continuous i...
Airbus confirms A350 XWB maturity in typical airline operating conditions
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