Airbus Heads To Croatia To Pitch The A220

Airbus is coming to Croatia next week to showcase its Airbus A220 aircraft in Zagreb Airport. The news comes shortly after it was leaked that the Boston Consulting Group recommended to Croatia... Read more »

The Life And Times Of Aerolíneas Argentinas’ Airbus A340 Fleet

When it comes to widebodies, Aerolíneas Argentinas presently operates a uniform twin-aisle fleet consisting solely of Airbus A330-200s. However, this aspect of the Argentinian flag carrier’s operations was a more diverse affair... Read more »

What Is Special About The Airbus Airspace Cabin?

When it comes to passenger experience, Airbus’s new ‘Airspace’ cabin has been a hot topic in recent months. The European manufacturer has developed its new onboard product with various aspects of customer... Read more »

India & The Airbus A320neo Family: Everything You Need To Know

The domestic market in India has mostly been dominated by two narrowbody aircraft families – the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737. While Boeing had the initial lead more than a decade ago,... Read more »

Emirates Brings Forward Final A380 Delivery To November

Dubai-based carrier Emirates has confirmed that it will take delivery of its final Airbus A380 almost a year early as the airline brings forward its remaining deliveries. The last new A380 to... Read more »

Breaking: Delta Ups Airbus A321neo Order To 155 Aircraft

Delta has increased its Airbus A321 order commitments by 30 aircraft. The airline now has 155 outstanding orders for aircraft from Airbus’ popular A321neo family, as the aircraft comes in addition to... Read more »

How Airbus’ Hydrogen Powered Plane Could Serve The Russian Market

Airbus’ three ZEROe concepts are primarily focused on short and medium-haul services. The European manufacturer is eager to develop the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035 with these designs. Julien Franiatte,... Read more »

Which Airbus Planes Have Used General Electric Engines?

Larger companies like Airbus and Boeing generally dominate the world of aircraft manufacturing. However, a good deal more variety can be found when it comes to the companies that produce engines for... Read more »

The First Passenger A319neo Is Currently Undergoing Flight Testing

Airbus is currently undergoing the process of flight testing the first Airbus A319neo bound for a passenger airline. Taking its first flight earlier this month, the aircraft is bound for China Southern.... Read more »

American Airlines Key For The World’s Longest Airbus A319 Routes

This week, the world’s longest A319 route is deep within Russia, with the 3,021-mile service taking up to about six and a half hours. But it is the US that is reigns... Read more »