Order includes: 35 new aircraft; 18 upsized models; launches Sharklets retrofit programme
Airbus proposes 18 inch (45.72cm) seat width as the standard for future long haul economy air travel
Carrier becomes Taiwan’s first operator of Airbus’ wing tip fuel saving devices
Airbus and Global Engineering Deans Council hand out the first award for diversity in engineering education
Wichita State University representative wins for her initiative to increase diversity in engineering.
Recognition for European integration and economic achievement
Mexican low-cost airline to renew fleet with order for 52 A320 Family aircraft
Most comfort and space of any business jet
The second A350 XWB to fly, MSN3, has just landed back at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport France, shortly after 14:30 hours local time, after successfully completing its first flight that lasted approximately five hours.
The A350 XWB test aircraft, MSN3, was flown by Frank Chapman and Thierry Bourges, Air...
Schoolgirls discover professions in aeronautics
Strong long-term traffic growth with the emerging countries set to outpace the growth of developed countries;
Dedicated freighters will remain an essential part of world cargo – belly cargo proportion to remain unchanged;
Mid-sized aircraft account for largest freighter segment, requiring almost 1...
Japan Airlines (JAL) has signed a purchase agreement for 31 A350 XWBs (18 A350-900s and 13 A350-1000s), plus options for a further 25 aircraft. This is JAL’s first ever order for Airbus aircraft.* It is also the first order Airbus has received from Japan for the A350 XWB, confirming its continuing s...
Recent inventory checks at Airbus’ Spares Center in Ashburn, Virginia revealed a treasure which was handed over today to Penn State’s College of Engineering.
Airbus has donated a like-new flap for an A300 aircraft to school leaders in University Park, Pennsylvania. The flap, which will be used for...
Manufacturer to expand footprint in South East Asia
A forward-looking company offering real career opportunities
Captures growth with larger, eco-efficient single-aisle model
A330s to modernize long-haul fleet.
Aircraft feature premium products for long range services
First aircraft scheduled for delivery in second quarter of 2014
Low Cost Carrier becomes new Airbus customer
Key lessor highlights flourishing demand for A320 Family
Newly established airline in China to start operation with best-selling A320
Hangzhou based airline to start passenger operations soon
Optimised for shorter haul missions, offering higher capacity, long-range comfort and unbeatable economics
China’s first low-cost carrier benefits from most efficient single-aisle aircraft
Future journeys will increasingly rely on aviation
The Airbus widebody family of flight test aircraft, the A380, A330 and the all-new A350 XWB, took off from Toulouse today flying together for the first time before continuing on separate flight test missions.
Airbus’ full range of modern, widebody aircraft - from the versatile A330, to the su...
A350 key to modernising Lufthansa’s long-haul fleet
Airbus’ newest joint venture in China progresses well on A350 work packages
First vertical steel column raised for A320 Family Assembly Line in Mobile, Alabama.
Flies to Hamburg for painting and cabin installation
Responds to rapid aviation growth in China
Launch customer to operate an all Airbus fleet
Airbus showcases innovations and passenger comfort at Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) 2013 Expo
Explore the Airbus comfort standard
A320 Family ‘non-stop innovation’ mock-up
New high-definition video A380 & A350 XWB cabin walkthroughs
Latest A350 XWB cabin updates
Unmatched comfort and space on show
Deal includes A330s and the first-ever A321s for the airline
Breakthrough agreement to modernise China’s ATM ensuring growth
Airbus’ cooperation in Russia highlighted at MAKS airshow by major contracts and collaboration agreements
Confirming Airbus’ commitment to reinforcing opportunities with Russia
Emission-free power supply on ground and improved efficiency in the air
Airbus President & CEO, Fabrice Brégier has enjoyed his first experience on-board the A350 XWB MSN1 during a routine test flight which lasted close to three hours and took place over the south-western part of France.
Local operators to get easier access to Airbus’ standards and latest technologies in maintenance training
Airbus achieves multi-objective optimization of its aircraft families with DATADVANCE’s “MACROS” software
New software achieves a step forward at Airbus for solving new complex engineering problems
The companies to become pioneers in sustainable fuels in Russia
The companies boost cooperation in the components manufacturing domain
Confirms VSMPO’s strategic position within Airbus supply chain
The A380 to perform flying demos, the C295 to be present at static display
Airbus Corporate Foundation and Red Cross Red Crescent send medical aid to Syrian refugees in Jordan
Mobile hospital and personnel shipped on Airbus test A340-600.
Firm order is part of a global IAG agreement for up to 220 Airbus single-aisle aircraft
Carrier adds capacity with comfort on largest model of A320 Family
Over 10 billion passengers have flown on Airbus fuel efficient aircraft
An Eco-Partnership award for North America’s first “Perfect Flight”