Airbus’ diverse product line includes everything from passenger aircraft to freighters and private jets. With each of the company’s aircraft family showcasing pioneering design, superior comfort and unparalleled efficiency.
We are setting standards for a modern, sustainable 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- to 850-seat aircraft, the 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.
At Airbus we pioneer sustainable aircraft and our product responsibility means finding the right balance between social, economic and environmental commitments.
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ITA Airways becomes first Italian A350 operator
ITA Airways, Italy’s new national carrier, has taken delivery of its first A350, becoming the 40th operator of the type. The aircraft, which is on lease from ALAFCO, landed for the first time in Italy at Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International Airport on Wednesday evening.
Front-line aircraft mechanics
The shortage of pilots regularly makes headlines around the world, but another lack in the aviation workforce also poses a significant challenge to airlines: the scarcity of skilled aircraft mechanics.
And just as Airbus created its entry-level pilot cadet training programme to motivate and educate a new generation of young aviators, the company is now focussing on helping the aviation sector expand the ranks of aircraft mechanics.