A220-State-of-the-art 100-150-seat jetliners join Airbus’ single-aisle line-up.
The A220-300 was specifically designed for the 130-160 seat jetliner market.
The A220-100: Purpose-built to serve the 100-135 seat jetliner segment.
See the latest news on Airbus’ global activities with commercial aircraft.
Building on success (2019)
Airbus continues to build on its success, entering 2019 with new company records.
Airlines and pilots can take full advantage of Airbus' commonality concept.
Airbus in Canada
With nine locations in seven Canadian cities, Airbus has robust industrial activity in the country, covering the commercial jet aircraft, rotorcraft, defence and space sectors.
Maintaining commercial aircraft market leadership (2018)
Airbus is positioned to maintain its commercial aircraft market leadership.
Farnborough International Airshow 2018
Experience a ‘new season of flight’ with Airbus at the 2018 Farnborough Airshow.
Airbus brings its full portfolio of products and services to the biennial UK aerospace event. From its comprehensive jetliner and helicopter product range to solutions for urban mobility, space exploration, defence and security, Airbus will highlight the company’s capabilities at the 2018 Farnborough Airshow, held 16-22 July at Farnborough Airport, Hampshire, England.
Airbus Customer Services
Airbus sets the industry-wide standard for customer services.
Airbus jetliners are the preferred aircraft for passengers worldwide.
Airbus prioritizes commonality throughout its families of modern jetliners.
A350 XWB Family
The widebody A350 XWB was designed with passengers and airlines at heart.
Airbus' double-deck A380 truly is a marvel of science and engineering.
The A330 is an innovative Family of aircraft with superior quality and efficiency.
Airbus' A320 is the most successful and versatile aircraft family ever.
Read the latest news and updates on Airbus and its global operations.
Airbus to showcase innovation at Farnborough
The Farnborough Airshow is one of the world’s biggest aerospace events.
Airbus in South Korea
Airbus and South Korea have been strategic partners for more than 40 years, from the time when Korean Air became the first non-European carrier to order the original A300B4 jetliner.