The Airbus A220: 5 Things You Must Know

The Airbus A220 will soon mark five years of service since its first revenue-earning flight with SWISS in July 2016. During this period, it has become popular among both airlines and their... Read more »

Airbus Delivers 45 Jets In April – Which Airlines Took New Planes?

Airbus has today shared details of its deliveries for April. A total of 45 aircraft were delivered during the month. Even though this figure is lower than March’s numbers, it’s a vast... Read more »

This Product Should Help Reduce Accidental Emergency Slide Deployment

Emergency slides are critical elements of aircraft safety, but they can become a hazard in themselves if they are inadvertently deployed. Airbus has developed a simple yet effective means of preventing accidental... Read more »

Airbus Takes Delivery Of The First A321XLR Rear Center Fuel Tank

The first rear center tank for the A321XLR has been completed and handed over by Premium Aerotec. The new tank provides the additional fuel capacity required to send the XLR to the... Read more »

UK Ends Fraud Investigation Into Airbus Related Individuals

The UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has quietly closed an investigation in individuals associated with European aircraft manufacturer Airbus. It finalizes a long-running investigation into fraud, bribery, and corruption allegations across the... Read more »

The A320ceo Is The World’s Top Plane With 4 Million Flights Planned

Over 18 million non-stop flights are planned this summer, with the A320ceo operating the most – more than one in five flights. The top-10 aircraft, meanwhile, have three-quarters of all movements globally,... Read more »

The Development Of Airbus’s Game-Changing Blended Fuselage

Airbus made the headlines just over a year ago when it revealed a rather striking design for future aircraft. Its concept featured an eye-catching ‘blended wing’ fuselage, in which features such as... Read more »

Airbus Is Keen To Disrupt Boeing’s Freight Monopoly With The A350

Buoyed by a solid first-quarter result, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury has added some color to the potential of a future A350F. In comments made at the earnings call, as well as in... Read more »

Airbus Keen To Avoid Engine Delays When Upping A320 Production

On the back of a solid first quarter, Airbus is keenly eyeing its future. The planemaker remains committed to a ramp-up in its production rates for the A320 family, beginning in the... Read more »

Why American Airlines Cancelled TWA’s Airbus A318 Order

Trans World Airlines enjoyed more than seven decades of rich history, and flew from 1930 until 2001. At this stage, it was acquired by Dallas-based US legacy carrier American Airlines. In doing... Read more »