Why Hasn’t Airbus Built An A318neo?

In the last five years, Airbus has made waves in the single-aisle, short-haul market with its A320neo family of aircraft. The ‘neo’ suffix stands for ‘New Engine Option,’ and these planes have... Read more »

How Much Did The Airbus A380 Cost?

The Airbus A380 is a plane that has sadly been rendered rather obsolete by the ongoing pandemic. However, even before COVID-19 brought the airline industry to a near standstill, the European manufacturer... Read more »

Airbus Begins Using Sustainable Fuels To Power The Beluga Fleet

Airbus has operated one of its Beluga cargo planes with 35% sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) for the first time. The A300-600ST took off from Hawarden Airport, where the manufacturer’s Broughton factory is... Read more »

Airbus Finishes Building Its First A321XLR Center Wing Box

Airbus has announced that it has completed the first center wing box for the forthcoming A321XLR. This significant achievement was delivered by the Airbus teams in Nantes, France, and marks one of... Read more »

Tigerair Taiwan Takes Delivery Of First Airbus A320neo

Taipei-based low-cost carrier Tigerair Taiwan has recently taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo. The aircraft flew in from France at the start of the month via the UAE and Thailand. The... Read more »

Airbus Picks Up The Pace With 72 Commercial Deliveries in March

Airbus has picked up the pace for aircraft deliveries in March. The European aircraft manufacturer delivered a total of 72 aircraft to a range of airlines from Aer Lingus to Wizz Air... Read more »

Mobile’s Commerical Traffic To Move To Airbus Manufacturing Site

At the moment, flying into the city of Mobile, Alabama, in the United States will see passengers arriving at Mobile Regional Airport. However, this will soon change with the Federal Aviation Administration’s... Read more »

Airbus: Passenger To Freighter A380 Conversions Technically Feasible

Converting the Airbus A380 to a freighter would be technically possible, according to the publication FreightWaves. The publication reveals that Airbus is reportedly shopping around A380 to operators to gauge interest in... Read more »

The World’s First Airbus A380 Is 16 Years Old – Where Is it Now?

This month will mark the 16th anniversary of the Airbus A380’s first-ever test flight, an event that attracted immense media attention. The type went on to enter service with Singapore Airlines just... Read more »

Meet The Airbus Bird Of Prey Concept – To Inspire The Next Generation Of Aircraft Engineers

Unveiled in 2019, Airbus put out a concept for an airliner that was bird-like in its design. However, Airbus had stated at the time that its work on the concept wasn’t to... Read more »