Air Cote D’Ivoire is set to become the third operator of the Airbus A330neo in Africa. The airline and Airbus announced an order for two A330-900s on October 25 after a signing ceremony in Toulouse. Air Cote D’Ivoire opts for Airbus A330-900 for long-haul...
Correction – Airbus’ backlog of its least-popular neo version, the A319neo, has been further reduced. The airframer has deleted orders for two aircraft from Air Cote D’Ivoire in its September backlog. This brings the backlog to just 75 aircraft, with...
For some time during the first phase of the pandemic, China Southern Airlines was the world’s only and as such most-active operator of the Airbus A380. But just as the airline is emerging from the Covid-crisis it has decided to gradually phase out the double-decker...
Airbus plans an aggressive production ramp-up. The European airframer has disclosed more details on how it intends to grow its production capacity until 2025 on May 27. This follows on earlier remarks by CEO Guillaume Faury that Airbus is in discussions with suppliers...
Under the circumstances of a most difficult year, Airbus has succeeded in delivering 566 commercial aircraft to airlines in 2020. It is of course a far cry from the record 863 from 2019 but is impressive as most airlines (and lessors) were reluctant to take deliveries...
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