Airbus Canada is almost ready to introduce a new way of pre-assembling fuselage sections at its Mirabel plant. The different pre-FAL method brings more efficiency to the final assembly line of the A220 and prepares Airbus for higher production rates of its smallest...
Air France will launch services with its new Airbus A220 on October 31, first to Berlin, Milan-Linate, and Venice. At a later stage during the upcoming winter season and after delivery of five more aircraft, the new type will also operate to Bologna, Rome, Lisbon, and...
Last Friday we had an opportunity to catch up with Airbus Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer. As the global commercial aviation industry starts to climb out from the pandemic, Mr. Scherer is a very busy man and we fortunate to get some time with him....
Here’s the updated model. Remember the double-headed arrow to optimize viewing. Very few orders this month. But still includes a nice one for five A359s from Lufthansa. YTD, A321neo orders are at 1.2x A320neo. A220, A320neo, and A321neo account for 93% of...
Airbus announced the passing of Bernard Ziegler, at the age of 88. Ziegler was one of the company’s engineering pioneers. Mr. Ziegler was instrumental in the introduction of the world’s first digital Fly-By-Wire (FBW) and side-stick controls in a commercial passenger...
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