Order combines current and new engine types
The first A350 XWB for Thai Airways International (THAI) has completed its maiden flight over the skies of South West France. The aircraft bearing the airline’s distinctive livery will now enter the final phase of production, including further ground and flight tests.
Altogether, THAI will acquire ...
Airline becomes launch operator for A320neo with CFM engines
Lufthansa, Honeywell and Airbus sign MoU to deploy Airbus’ ROPS and Honeywell’s SmartLanding systems on Lufthansa Group’s fleet
• Cooperation to set the highest standard in runway safety;• Combining the strengths of two innovative technologies for a maximum number of aircraft types.
Lufthansa Group, Honeywell Aerospace and Airbus have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work jointly on the development of...
Flying on the iconic double deck is now a matter of choice, not chance!
Reaffirming Airbus’ market-leading position and buoyancy of the industry
Airlines’ upsizing to A321neo – the undisputed ‘middle-market’ champion.
Aer Lingus is expanding its fleet of A330-300s by two aircraft following a decision to exercise options. The carrier currently operates eight A330s increasing to 10 aircraft in 2016. With the latest decision Aer Lingus’ A330 fleet will grow to 12 aircraft.
The airline today carries over 12 million ...
Agreement for A321neo confirms market trend for larger models
A321LR performance, range and comfort ideal for longer haul routes
Airbus brings digital, cloud-based maintenance services to South America for the first time