Adds to customer care for ACJ Family
The Airbus Global Market Forecast sees demand for 2,500 new aircraft for region’s fleets
Airbus presents the world’s first online booking assistant of its kind and other travel trends at ITB from 8 to 12 March 2017
Air Caraïbes takes delivery of its first A350-900, opening up a new era in air transport to the French Caribbean
With this latest delivery, Air Caraïbes becomes the first French airline to operate the A350 XWB. The aircraft, leased from AerCap, was delivered during a ceremony held at the Airbus Delivery Centre in Toulouse on 28 February. It will take off at 14:00 heading for Paris Orly Sud before embarking on ...
• Jean-Brice Dumont to succeed Charles Champion, who retires end 2017
• Alain Flourens to replace Dumont as Head of Engineering at Helicopters
When the A350-1000 and A330neo (new engine option) enter service as Airbus’ latest jetliner family members, these aircraft will have completed a comprehensive process called the development lifecycle.
The lifecycle’s guiding principle is to provide “key deliverables” at each milestone – which...
Combining new levels of efficiency and with longer range capability
When the no. 1 A320 performed its maiden flight 30 years ago today, few could have predicted how this single-aisle jetliner would transform the air transport industry – and Airbus itself.
The A320’s initial liftoff, performed from France’s Toulouse-Blagnac Airport adjacent to Airbus headquart...
At one of the world’s key hub airports, the A380 is enabling airlines to effectively attract passengers while managing their precious takeoff/landing slots in an increasingly congested operational environment.
According to 2016 figures released by London’s Heathrow Airport, 10 per cent of all passe...
Just two years after the A350 XWB’s commercial service entry, over six million passengers already have enjoyed the unique flying experience and well-being provided by Airbus’ latest-generation widebody jetliner – which is shaping the future of long-haul airline operations.
The 62 A350 XWBs in...