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
Corporate jets are a lifestyle enabler
Efficient aircraft will replace retiring jets
Airbus A350XWB embarks on Early Long Flights in typical operating conditions, with airline crew and Airbus employee passengers
The Airbus A350 XWB has started a campaign of Early Long Flights with cabin crew and passengers. The A350 (MSN 002) test aircraft equipped with cabin, took off on the first of two Early Long Flights from Toulouse-Blagnac airport at 09.20hrs (local). The two flights will be operated in a real airline...
A321neo and A320neo maximises flexibility, efficiency and range
11th operator of world’s largest and most efficient aircraft
• Underscoring Airbus’ industry leadership and commitment to innovation and R&T for the benefit of global air transport;
• Airbus’ to focus on the future fuselage and passenger cabin, the ‘cockpit of the future’, new propulsion systems and their integration.
Sharklets save fuel and enhance appearance
Biofuel from Australia’s mallee tree is viable and sustainable
Sharklets save fuel and enhance appearance
Aviation Link managing the aircraft
Germany remains top aviation market, but growth less than world average
A320 for Lion Group’s full service unit Batik Air
A330-200 to support the ITAKA European programme for the use of biofuel
First display of A350 XWB test aircraft at German Air Show
• Airbus’ all-new A350 stars in opening day, underlining widebody leadership
• Customer A380 and A400M complement fleet on display
Mexican low-cost carrier starts fleet transition, will become all-Airbus operator by 2016
Celebrates 20 years industry partnership gathering essential atmospheric data
- 20 years of non-stop in-flight measurements for a better scientific knowledge
- Several Airbus aircraft collecting worldwide atmospheric data daily.
- Over 41,000 commercial flights performed since 1994
Airbus is proud to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the entry into service of its first aircraft – the A300B – operated by Air France as the launch customer.
Today leading the aviation industry, Airbus was focused at the very outset on innovation, by designing the A300B as the world’s first twin-e...
Airbus has successfully performed certification testing to demonstrate the A350 XWB’s ability to operate on wet runways. During these tests at Istres, France, the flight-test aircraft, MSN004, travelled through troughs containing at least 22mm of water depth, at a variety of speeds, starting at 60kt...
In order to go beyond certification requirements and testing to the extremes the first ever Airbus A350 XWB to visit the United States, MSN (manufacturer’s serial number) 2 has arrived at McKinley Climatic Lab at Eglin Air Force base in northwest Florida. Over the next couple of we...
Firm order for seven aircraft plus three options
Ten tonnes of medicine, sheets and blankets shipped on JetBlue A321
• Automatically replenishing inventory levels at AirAsia facilities
• Guaranteeing parts availability and decreasing inventory stock levels
Brings big-cabin comfort to broader market
Wing-tip devices further enhance the A319’s superior high altitude performance
Start-up airline chooses Airbus to launch operations
Next generation Airbus flown in by British test pilot Frank Chapman
Snapshot one year after ground-breaking in Mobile, Alabama
Recognising suppliers for best in-service performance
• Offering even more interior choices for A350 XWB operators
• Recaro introduces new seat model into the A350 XWB’s Catalogue
• Sogerma enriches the A350 XWB’s Premium Economy Seating offer
Features modern design and large cabin
Skymark Airlines’ first A380 has successfully made its maiden flight, following completion of the airframe assembly and system tests in Toulous...
Airbus, the world-leading aircraft manufacturer, has authored a new coloring book about its A320 Family assembly line that is being constructed at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley, in Mobile, Alabama. The book, entitled “Ready for Takeoff”, tells the story of the Airbus A320 aircraft and its assembly...
Flight-test A350 XWB MSN002 unveiled its cabin interior
Construction of $13 million facility to begin second quarter 2014