With more than 60 million passengers carried since it commenced commercial operations, the A380 has proven itself as a true 21st century flagship for airlines across the globe.
The A380 is “right at home” as a centre of attention at the 2014 Farnborough Airshow – underscoring the key role it plays in connecting city-pairs around the world, including a major international hub not far from the location of this biennial UK-based aerospace event.
Since its 2007 commercial service entry, the A380 has become a true globetrotter, serving key routes and high-value long-haul passengers at the world’s busiest international airports.
The Xtra that makes a difference: Airbus’ busy flight test campaign for the A350 XWB’s service entry this year
Much can happen in a year. Just look at Airbus’ A350 XWB flight test and certification programme as proof.
Airbus sees sustained demand for its popular single-aisle product line at the 2014 Farnborough Airshow
The latest wave of orders and commitments for Airbus’ best-selling A320 Family of jetliners underscores the continued market demand for both its CEO (current engine option) and NEO (new engine options), while also confirming the trend toward higher-capacity jetliner versions in meeting worldwide tra...
As the first customers announce their commitments for Airbus’ A330neo (new engine option), their views expressed at press conferences during the Farnborough Airshow underscore the market response to this newly-launched jetliner:
With Airbus’ environmental policy, the company’s philosophy literally starts at the beginning.