5 Years Ago Singapore Airlines & Airbus Launched The A350-900ULR

October 13th, 2020 will mark five years since Airbus and Singapore Airlines launched the ULR (Ultra-Long Range) variant of the Airbus A350-900. The airline operates all seven of the type. Various aspects... Read more »

First Government Airbus A350 Private Jet Leaves Hamburg After Testing

The world’s first non-commercial Airbus A350 is now ready to enter service with the German Luftwaffe. The aircraft was transferred from Hamburg to Cologne earlier today, marking the end of its military... Read more »

Airbus Tests Bird-Like Flapping Wings For Future Aircraft

The Airbus technology demonstrator, AlbatrossONE, which uses ‘flapping wingtips’ for increased efficiency, has reached a new milestone. The research team has achieved proof of concept through a ‘gate to gate’ demonstration, giving... Read more »

Air India Reveals Canada Flight Schedule For Next Half Year

Air India has announced its Canada flight schedule until March 27th of next year. The carrier will fly from Delhi to both Toronto and Vancouver. Flights are occurring under travel bubble agreements... Read more »

Airbus Delivered 57 Aircraft in September

Airbus delivered 57 aircraft in September, the most it has in any month this year. The bulk of the deliveries were of the narrowbody A320 family, with 43 aircraft. Airbus also delivered... Read more »

Airbus Delivers The 10,000th A320 Family Aircraft To MEA

Airbus has today sent MSN 10000 on its way to its customer. This landmark aircraft, an A321neo, is heading to Beirut to begin its service life with MEA. It is the 10,000th... Read more »

EASA Approves 9 Tonne Increase In A330-900 Max Takeoff Weight

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is increasing the maximum allowable takeoff weight of the A330-900 from 242 tonnes to 251 tonnes. It might seem like a small thing, just nine... Read more »

Rolls-Royce Identifies Cracks On Airbus A350 Engines

Rolls-Royce today announced that it had found cracks on some of its Airbus A350 XWB-84 engines. The wear was discovered during routine examinations of the engines following four to five years of... Read more »

Delta May Need To Inspect Its Airbus A220s For Fire Risk

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is mulling the issuance of an Airworthiness Directive for the popular Airbus A220 model of aircraft. This comes after a report of a protective cap not being... Read more »

Which Airlines Fly The Airbus A330neo?

The Airbus A330neo widebody aircraft has proved popular with airlines since its first appearance at the Farnborough Airshow in 2014. It offers airlines improved economics and fuel efficiency over the previous A330-200... Read more »