Lufthansa will add the Airbus A350-1000 to its fleet, having ordered ten of them as part of a follow-on widebody order for 22 aircraft. The airline’s Supervisory Board today approved the purchase of the stretched A350, together with five more A350-900s, and seven...
It’s not just happy faces Down Under at Air New Zealand, but at Qantas too. The Australian carrier also returned to profitability in HY1 of FY23, reporting an underlying profit before tax of $1.428 billion versus a $-1.277 billion loss in the same period of FY22. CEO...
Airbus has been testing new technologies that will assist pilots during operations in the air and on the ground. Called DragonFly, the system can alleviate the task of pilots during taxiing at airports but also automatically guide the aircraft to an airport and land...
Airbus has canceled all remaining orders from Qatar Airways from its backlog by deleting nineteen A350-1000s from the order book. The move was first reported by Reuters in August but confirmed today when Airbus released its orders and deliveries tables for August....
Ethiopian Airlines has converted options for four Airbus A350-900s into the larger -1000, Airbus has announced today. Ethiopian Airlines converts four A350-900s into -1000s. The African carrier currently operates eighteen -900s, of which two are leased from AerCap and...
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