During the Farnborough Airshow customers are eagerly lining up to buy, with Airbus aircraft literally flying off the shelves!
Airbus’ support for increasing the efficiency of in-service aircraft benefits both customers and the environment
Airbus is committed to helping its operators save fuel – and help their bottom line – with the eco-friendly operation of in-service aircraft, a key aspect of Airbus’ comprehensive environmental approach that addresses all aspects of the product lifecycle.
Airbus’ worldwide network of relationships with suppliers, partners, institutions and organizations has been further expanded with the company’s new membership in a U.S. industry/academic consortium dedicated to manufacturing breakthroughs and advances in applied research.
A record-breaking Farnborough Airshow – with more than $75 billion worth of new orders and commitments at list prices – builds on the strong foundation of Airbus expertise in its home countries, including the UK.
Airbus directly employs more than 10,000 people in the UK, and with two industrial fac...
The market confirmed the Airbus’ A320neo programme’s right “ingredients” with firm orders for more than 300 of these highly efficient single-aisle aircraft announced during this week’s 2014 Farnborough Airshow.
Industrial partnerships: Airbus selects Rolls-Royce and Aircelle for the A330neo’s engine propulsion system
In addition to Airbus’ busy Farnborough Airshow as a venue for high-profile announcements of the initial A330neo customers, this industry event also included the signing of industrial agreements with two key suppliers on this new engine option (NEO) version of the workhorse A330 jetliner family.
Airbus has made continuous progress toward its ambitious blue5 targets for manufacturing, highlighting the company’s efforts to increase profits and introduce eco-friendly techniques across production activities.
The blue5 initiative seeks to reduce the environmental impact of Airbus’ manufac...
Airbus is going the “Xtra” mile to ensure the A350 XWB’s successful service entry – developing its own “airline” – designated Airline 1 – to evaluate the A350 XWB in typical operating conditions.
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.