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Commercial Aircraft

Commercial Aircraft

Airbus’ diverse product line includes everything from passenger jetliners to freighters and private jets. With each of the company’s aircraft family boasting cutting-edge design, superior comfort and unparalleled efficiency, they are setting the standard for the modern aviation industry.

No matter who is flying, whether it is VIPs or government officials, frequent-flying business passengers or vacationers jetting off for a well-deserved break, passengers can relax knowing that every aspect of an Airbus aircraft has been designed to be as comfortable, efficient and innovative as possible – creating pleasant environments for passengers, pilots and crew.

Ranging in size from 100-seat jetliners to the double-deck A380 that is capable of transporting more than 850 passengers, the total versatility of Airbus’ product line allows it to offer a variety of tailored solutions to meet the needs of any airline and their market – from low-cost and full-service carriers to the air freight and VIP transport segments – while continuously ensuring the very best in efficiency and experience.

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A market leader, now and in the future

Airbus is a leading aircraft manufacturer whose customer focus, commercial know-how, technological leadership and manufacturing efficiency have propelled it to the forefront of the aviation and air transport industries. The company’s mission is to provide jetliners that are best-suited to the market's needs, and to support them with the highest quality of service.

Airbus’ modern and comprehensive product line – for which the company has received more than 19,000 orders globally – comprises highly-successful families of aircraft ranging from 100 to more than 850 seats.

Commercial aircraft services

Airbus applies cutting-edge technology and advanced science to support its global customer base with a wide range of flexible service options. The company understands the importance of providing customers with the best-possible solutions, and constantly strives to innovate and implement increasingly efficient methods.

This quest for efficiency creates genuine value, limiting time that aircraft spend on the ground and making sure they are flying at full capacity when in the air – creating real savings for customers.

Airbus Customer Services

Airbus Customer Services

To help airlines operate their fleets

Airbus Commercial Aircraft formation flight – 50-year anniversary


Celebrating 50 years since its creation, Airbus conducted a formation flight that included representatives from each of its in-production commercial jetliner families – the A220-300, A319neo, A330-900, A350-1000 and A380 – along with the company’s BelugaXL airlifter. Web Read less Read more

Unmatched passenger comfort

Passenger comfort is a major design consideration for Airbus, which is why the company’s product line of modern jetliners has built a reputation for delivering the most enjoyable experiences aloft today. Airbus cabins are designed to meet diverse passenger expectations, delivering comfort and efficiency, and ensuring that airlines have a versatile space to meet changing market needs.

The high level of comfort is provided through a wide range of technological advancements, including environmental control systems, ambient lighting, in-flight entertainment and more.

Cabin and Comfort

Cabin and Comfort

The highest standards

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How an aircraft is built

How an aircraft is built

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   The history of Airbus

The history of Airbus

1967 to today

Building on success

Building on success


The BelugaXL airlifter is put through its paces

The BelugaXL airlifter is put through its paces

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Commercial aircraft media gallery

Fiji Airways A350-900 paint shop rollout    
A350 XWB in flight    
Airspace Connected Experience    
Comlux orders fourth ACJ320neo    
Airspace cabin    
Airspace cabin ceiling    
Crystal Cabin Award “Best Customer Journey”    
A220-300 EGYPTAIR    
Airbus final assembly line in Tianjin, China    
MJet ACJ319 Lounge    
A330neo Hi Fly assembly    
A330neo Hi Fly – Economy class seating    
A330neo Hi Fly – Business class    
A330neo Hi Fly – Business class seating    
A330neo Hi Fly delivery    
A330neo Hi Fly – Economy class    
First Hi Fly A330neo take-off    
A330neo Hi Fly – Paint shop rollout    
A320neo Kuwait Airways    
Hi Fly A330neo – Infographic    
Kuwait Airways A320neo Infographic    
A220 infographic    
Airbus A220 – infographic    
Aircalin takes delivery of its first of two A330neo aircraft    
Aircalin takes delivery of its first of two A330neo aircraft    
A220 300 Asia Demo Tour Infographic EN    
A220 300 Asia Demo Tour Infographic FR    
A320neo Air Seychelles Infographic    
First A350 XWB Delivery To China Southern Airlines Infographics    
A321XLR infographic    
A350 XWB Japan Airlines Infographic    
A321neo La Compagnie Infographic    
A220 Range Increased Infographic    
Infographic: A220 range increased    
Airbus’ 12,000 commercial jetliner deliveries    
A330 900 AZUL Infographic    
A321LR AirTransat Infographic    
In the making: Hi Fly’s first A330neo      
AirAsia A330-900 & A321XLR      
In the making: first A330neo for Thai AirAsia X      
A220 final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama, USA      
AlbatrossOne: Revolutionising Aircraft Wing Design      
A220-300 Air France video      
First Aircalin A330neo delivery - ceremony highlights      
Aircalin’s first A330neo: in the making      
China Southern Airlines A350-900 delivery – ceremony highlights      
China Southern Airlines’ first A350-900: in the making      
A321XLR: Xtending the A321neo success      
Paris Air Show 2019: Best of the week highlights      
Come Fly with Us      
Interview of Thierry Baril at Paris Airshow 2019      
Interview of Bruno Even at Paris Airshow 2019      
Interview of Bruno Even at Paris Airshow 2019      
Paris Air Show 2019: Day 4 highlights      
Interview of Jean-Marc Nasr at Paris Airshow 2019 - Day 4      
Paris Air Show 2019: Day 3 highlights      
Airbus and the environment – Paris Air Show 2019 – Day 3      
Aircalin’s first A330neo: Final Assembly Line Poste 40      
Aircalin’s first A330neo: first flight      
Static planes change at Paris Airshow 2019      
A321XLR Indigo Partners MoU at Paris Airshow 2019      
Cebu Pacific MOU at Paris Airshow 2019 - Day 2      
Virgin Atlantic announcement at Paris Airshow - PAS 2019 Day 1      
Virgin Atlantic announcement at Paris Airshow - PAS 2019 Day 1      
Air Lease Corporation Announcement at Paris Airshow 2019      
Paris Airshow 2019 before The Opening      
In the making: First Japan Airlines A350-900      
First A350-900 delivery to Japan Airlines: Highlights      
Airbus Commercial Aircraft formation flight – 50th anniversary celebration      
Airbus 50th anniversary - Formation flight with Patrouille De France      
Airbus 50th anniversary - Formation Flight - Taxiing and takeoff      
Airbus 50th anniversary - Formation Flight – Boarding      
Airbus 50th anniversary - Formation Flight – Briefing      
Aircalin’s first A330neo: Graphics Roll Out      
A321LR TAP Infographic      
All Nippon Airways’ first A380: delivery ceremony Broll      
A380 ANA Beauty Shots      

Airbus commercial aircraft on Twitter

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