Airbus will decide on a further ramp-up of production of the A320neo-family by the middle of this year. The decision to go to rate 65 per month from the middle of 2023 was taken last year, but it’s now an increase to rate 70 or 75 that is on the table, CEO Guillaume...
The plan was announced in February 2021, but since January 1 this new year 2022, Airbus has officially integrated its French, Portuguese, Morrocan, Tunesian, and Canadian aerostructures businesses within a single entity: Airbus Atlantic. A second one based in Germany...
The European Union has launched a new program to develop new and disruptive technologies for commercial aircraft programs that could enter service around 2035. Called Clean Aviation, the program was officially launched on December 1 and builds on the success of Clean...
Difficulties in the supply chain are holding up deliveries at Airbus, notably that of the A320neo family. But these issues are not systemic and are not having an effect on the planned production ramp-up, President and CEO Guillaume Faury said during the Q3 results...
Are the airline and aerospace industries on the same page when it comes to sustainability and how to tackle the problem of climate change? And are they on the same page as Airbus? In summary, these were the central questions at the Airbus Summit on September 21-22....
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