SWISS has confirmed that it will introduce the Airbus A350 into its fleet in 2025. The airline is expected to take delivery of five aircraft that year as replacements for its A340-300s. SWISS confirms introduction of Airbus A350 from 2025. The airline released a short...
The Brazilian carrier Azul Linhas Aéreas has signed a new long-term contract selecting Airbus’ Flight Hour Maintenance Services (FHS) for their A350 fleet. The airline has recently received its first Airbus A350-900 aircraft after many years of delay and expects to...
UPDATE – Over 3.5 years since confirming the order, Taiwan’s Starlux Airlines has taken delivery of the first of seventeen Airbus A350s. The type will help to expand the airline that was formed only four years ago and aims to offer a high-quality product to its...
UPDATE – Airbus has delivered the first A350-900 with the New Production Standard 2022. This version has a lower empty weight and a higher maximum take-off weight (MTOW). It also has a wider cabin, which offers space for thirty extra seats in a three-class...
A dispute with Airbus that resulted in the grounding of Qatar’s A350 fleet, means the carrier will not have the capacity to soak up the additional demand for flights to Doha during the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker has revealed a contingency...
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