Following over a decade of research, design, and development, the superjumbo first took to the skies over Toulouse in April 2005.
The planemaker is forging ahead with a key element of its sustainability commitments.
Rather than being installed in a museum, the first-ever Airbus A380 continues to be active.
The manufacturer is already managing the expectations of airlines expecting new aircraft deliveries in 2024.
The final verdict comes after French prosecutors found it was “impossible to demonstrate” the companies' guilt.
The aircraft is preparing to return to active passenger operations this June with its return to Boston and New York JFK airports.
The new line will help the manufacturer reach its target of delivering 75 aircraft per month in 2026.
Azerbaijan Airlines is looking to replace its fleet of 10 Airbus A320ceo family aircraft with 12 new A320neo family aircraft.
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Production has started on the Airbus A350F, which is due to enter service in 2025.
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TUI Netherlands will receive two Airbus A320s and associated crew for its peak seasonal flights over the next three summers.
The aircraft flew directly from the Airbus facility to Kazakhstan and will be named Apus, after the constellation in the southern sky.
Since 2008, the Airbus A320 has been the most productive aircraft in terms of Available Seat Kilometers (ASKs).
As carriers slowly return the Airbus A380 to service, a significant number of aircraft remain on the ground.
The first of many China-assembled A321neos has been successfully delivered.
The crew headed to Iqaluit, Canada, for F-WWAB to be put through its paces in -46 degrees celsius (-50 degrees Fahrenheit) temperatures.