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 »

Lufthansa Technik Delivers First Airbus A350 To German Air Force

The German Air Force today took delivery of its first Airbus A350. The aircraft was delivered by Lufthansa Technik, who had been installing its VIP configuration interior. As such, Germany has become... Read more »

Airbus Reveals Stunning A220-100 Business Jet

Airbus has today unveiled a beautiful business jet, based on the frame of the popular A220. Called the ACJ TwoTwenty business jet, the aircraft has broken the boundaries for a new market... Read more »

Airbus Clocks 6 Orders In 1 Day For New Private A220 Jet

Earlier today, we wrote about Airbus and its Corporate Jet division launching a business jet variant of the A220-100. Airbus must have struck gold because, following the launch announcement, orders have already... Read more »

Croatia Airlines In Talks To Cancel A320neo Order

Croatia Airlines is said to be in talks with Airbus regarding a cancellation of its Airbus A320neo order. The order was for four aircraft, due to arrive in 2022 and 2023. At... Read more »

FAA Issues Airbus A320 Family Airworthiness Directive For Over 1200 Planes

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced that it is adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for certain Airbus A320 family aircraft. The group estimates that the notification affects 1,203 planes of... Read more »

How Airbus Reacted To The A350 Cockpit Coffee Problem

Some of our readers may recall an article we wrote in January regarding spilled beverages being to blame for two Airbus A350 engine-shutdown incidents in January and November. Both led to diversions... Read more »

How Rain Caused An Airbus A220 Engine To Shut Down

Transport Canada issued an airworthiness directive late last week for operators of the Airbus A220. It follows a problem with water dripping into the forward avionics bay. Operators of the A220 have... Read more »