Bringing unprecedented levels of eco-efficiency on routes from La Réunion to Paris
Comlux has ordered a third Airbus? Corporate Jetliner (ACJ), taking its total orders for Airbus corporate jets to ten aircraft - 4 A318s, 3 Airbus ACJs, 2 A320 Prestiges and one A330-200 Prestige - and making it the largest Airbus ACJ Family customer.
Adding flexibility to the fleet
Cargo to arrive in A380 on the way to the Dubai airshow, Vital equipment to support NGO?s worldwide programmes
Airbus launches "Sharklet" large wingtip devices for A320 Family with commitment from Air New Zealand
Reducing fuel burn and carbon emissions and, increasing range and payload
New Airbus customer boosts A350 XWB orders beyond 500
Direct routings to reduce CO2 emissions, shorten flight times, and open new routes
Airbus' Corporate Jetliner (ACJ) Family will be a highlight of the Dubai show, giving high net-worth individuals, companies and governments in the region the opportunity to experience the unmatched comfort and space that it brings to private travel.
The Airbus ACJ on display is one of...
Young talent recognised in global photography competition
Vote of confidence for the most cost-effective aircraft in its class, the A330-300
A330-200F: Allowing freight operators to adapt to evolving markets
Following an intensive and robust evaluation process, Air New Zealand has ordered 14 Airbus A320 aircraft to replace its existing domestic fleet of 15 Boeing 737-300s. The aircraft will be powered by IAE engines.
The A320, which is larger than the aircraft type it will replace, will enab...
Logistics Centre to support on-going Airbus' industrial cooperation programmes in China
A major step in fleet renewal
EASA certifies "Brake To Vacate" (BTV) and "Runway Overrun Warning and Prevention" (ROW/ROP) systems on the Airbus A380
Improving runway turnaround time and reducing runway excursion risk at landing
Airbus' A318 Elite has successfully passed the milestone of its tenth aircraft delivery, highlighting the widespread and growing appeal of this new member of the family, which was launched less than four years ago, in November 2005.
The A318 Elite has won more than 25 sales in A...
To reinforce the company?s new operational efficiency
Enhancing maintenance in the Middle East for Airbus customers
First step in fleet modernization
Paves the way for 100 per cent synthetic jet fuel approval
More Airbus freighters ordered for future expansion
Demand for larger eco-efficient aircraft
Adding long haul flights to the network
British Airways brings scheduled long-haul flights to city centre airports
Ferry flight to deliver charity donation to support schools
Only two weeks left to enter the see the bigger picture photo competition
Enhancing flight safety during TCAS manoeuvres
Share your vision of nature and upload your photo onto www.seethebiggerpicture.org
Adding A330-300s for efficient expansion of medium-haul network
Four more weeks to go to upload your kid’s favourite biodiversity picture on www.seethebiggerpicture.org
Four more weeks to go to upload your kid?s favourite biodiversity picture on www.seethebiggerpicture.org
Bringing the benefits of Airbus commonality to its rapidly expanding network
Find out more at 'See the Bigger Picture' photo contest
A330-300 for Thai Airways International
Becoming a new Airbus customer with the newest Airbus aircraft
The airline becomes a new Airbus operator
Privately-owned carrier reinforces competitiveness with highly efficient Airbus fleet
Airbus to involve all stakeholders
First Final Assembly Line outside Europe highlights Airbus' internationalization approach
Increasing cooperation to support aircraft deliveries and airline customers
A330 adds efficiency and flexibility to fleet
Adds flexibility to long-haul fleet
Airbus reinforces its position among Japanese aerospace community
Airbus fleet to launch international network
Airbus announced commitments during the 2009 Paris Air Show for 127 aircraft, valued at some US$12.9 billion. These commitments include firm orders for 58 aircraft worth almost US$6.4 billion, plus 'Memoranda of Understanding' (MoU) agreements for a further 69 aircraft totalling US$
Students win with project on bio-composite materials made from castor plant
The low cost low fare carrier prepares for the future
Innovative new cabin now benefits operators of in-service aircraft - brighter, more space, and lower weight