Airbus' decision is worrying: IATA chief

Airbus' decision is worrying: IATA chief

Willie Walsh, head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said the decision of Airbus to revoke the order of Qatar Airways for A321neo jets was a new and "worrying" development.

Qatar Airways takes Airbus to UK court in A350 damage row

Qatar Airways takes Airbus to UK court in A350 damage row

Qatar Airways has issued legal proceedings against Airbus in the Technology and Construction division of the High Court in London.

Airbus 'formation flight' demonstrates how sky-sharing helps save fuel, reduce CO2 emissions

Airbus 'formation flight' demonstrates how sky-sharing helps save fuel, reduce CO2 emissions

Airbus has performed the first long-haul demonstration of formation flight in general air traffic (GAT) regulated transatlantic airspace with two A350 aircraft flying at three kilometres apart from Toulouse, France to Montreal, Canada.

United Airlines unveils record jet order in bet on travel recovery

United Airlines unveils record jet order in bet on travel recovery

United Airlines announced the largest order in its history on Tuesday, unveiling major purchases from Boeing and Airbus in a significant bet on a travel industry's recovery from Covid-19.

Court orders Air France, Airbus trial over over 2009 crash

Court orders Air France, Airbus trial over over 2009 crash

Air France and Airbus must stand trial on involuntary manslaughter charges over the 2009 crash of a Rio de Janeiro to Paris flight that killed all 228 people on board, a Paris court ruled on Wednesday.

Airbus space technology reaches Mars

Airbus space technology reaches Mars

When NASA's ‘Perseverance’ rover lands on the surface of the Red Planet on Thursday, key Airbus technology will be on board: The MEDA meteorological station will provide scientists with valuable Mars ...

Air France and Airbus face Paris trial call over deadly crash

Air France and Airbus face Paris trial call over deadly crash

The Paris public prosecutor has requested that Air France and Airbus stand trial on charges of manslaughter over the 2009 crash of flight AF447 from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, which killed all 228 people on board, a judicial source told Reuters.

Qatar Airways to continue taking every single aircraft ordered with Boeing, Airbus: Al-Baker

Qatar Airways to continue taking every single aircraft ordered with Boeing, Airbus: Al-Baker

Qatar Airways will continue to take every single aircraft that the national carrier has ordered from both the manufacturers (Boeing and Airbus), Group Chief Executive HE Akbar al-Baker has said.

Airbus’ new luxury jet targets Gulf region

Airbus’ new luxury jet targets Gulf region

Airbus is targeting the Middle East region with its latest (and perhaps greatest) luxury business jet. It’s known as the “ACJ Two Twenty” a newcomer to the Airbus Corporate Jet family.

Boeing-Airbus trade dispute is a pointless relic

Boeing-Airbus trade dispute is a pointless relic

The long-running trade dispute between Boeing Co and Airbus SE has been a source of political grandstanding for years, but with the US’s aggression reaching new levels of hypocrisy ...

Airbus delivers first of 16 advanced law enforcement H125 helicopters to US Customs and Border Protection

Airbus delivers first of 16 advanced law enforcement H125 helicopters to US Customs and Border Protection

Airbus Helicopters, Inc (AHI) has delivered the first of 16 new H125 helicopters uniquely configured for US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Air and Marine Operations (AMO).

First metal cut achieved for the Airbus A321XLR’s Rear Centre Tank section

First metal cut achieved for the Airbus A321XLR’s Rear Centre Tank section

Following the recent ‘first metal cut’, the production of the first Rear Centre Tank (RCT) for the new long range Airbus A321XLR is now underway.