Didier Lux nominated as new Head of Customer Services
Spanish students gain insight into Airbus
Hong Kong Airlines to order six A330-200s
First A330 joins Sichuan Airlines' all-Airbus fleet
Asia-Pacific airlines to acquire 8,000 new aircraft over next 20 years
Airbus North America Engineering locations in Wichita, Kansas and Mobile, Alabama are continuing to add employees and expand facilities, underscoring Airbus’ position as a global company with a strong U.S. presence.
Airbus aircraft list prices to increase from January
Airbus signs MOU on aircraft financing solutions with Chinese partner
Airbus kicks off International Year of Biodiversity with touring photography exhibition
Yemenia Airlines completes purchase of 10 A320s from Airbus
Second A330-200 Freighter joins test programme
A330-200F Freighter on static display
Airbus’ continued growth around the world – demonstrated by its 6,000th aircraft delivery – equals significant economic benefits for the U.S., which is the company’s largest single supplier country.
Emirates Airline takes delivery of Airbus' 6,000th aircraft
Charles Champion nominated as Head of Engineering
Harbin Hafei Airbus Composite Manufacturing Centre awarded A350 elevator work package
Airbus achieves record aircraft deliveries in 2009
Virgin Atlantic confirms order for ten Airbus A330 aircraft
Saudi Red Crescent authority takes delivery of its Airbus A318
Turkish Airlines orders 20 A320 Family aircraft
LAN Airlines signs firm order for 30 Airbus A320 Family aircraft
Sichuan Airlines signs first Airbus Flight Hour Services in China
Airbus Final Assembly Line China achieves 2009 target
A400M, world's most advanced airlifter, completes first flight
A400M, Airbus Military's new airlifter, takes to the skies
Airbus honours talented young photographers at Washington awards ceremony
The first Airbus Ohio Supplier Conference brought more than 200 industry members to Cleveland to identify new opportunities and allow companies in the state to learn more about Airbus’ procurement processes.
Building on Airbus' evolutionary approach to aircraft composites development
Senegal Airlines makes commitment for A320s and A330s
Boosting total orders to 69 from 10 customers
As a result of its latest acquisition of an Airbus Corporate Jetliner, Comlux now is the largest customer for Airbus’ executive and private aviation aircraft family – with a total of 10 orders.
A320 Family continues as backbone of Lufthansa?s short-haul network
Confirming its growing contribution to the U.S. aerospace industry, Airbus has awarded an A350 XWB contract to California’s McStarlite Company.
Efficient product range positioned for long term industry growth
Airbus efficiency and commonality to support development of new national carrier
Eco-efficient aircraft for an eco-sensitive region
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