Airbus A321neo (Image: Airbus)
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Airbus deliveries 63 aircraft in March 2024

Airbus delivered 63 airliners to 32 customers across the globe in March continuing its positive start to the year, it also received further orders for 137 airliners. March deliveries included 55 single-aisle airliners along with 8 wide-bodies. Single-aisle deliveries comprised 28 A321neos, 23 A320neos, 3 A220-300s and one A220-200 to [read more]

Korean Air Airbus A350
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Korean Air finalises Airbus A350 order

Korean Air, the national airline of South Korea, has finalised a deal that sees it become the latest operator of the long-haul Airbus A350XWB airliner. The order for 33 aircraft comprises of 27 A350-1000s and six of the smaller A350-900s which offers the longest range of any airliner currently available. [read more]

Airbus A330neo (Image: Max Thrust Digital)
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Airbus delivers 49 aircraft in February 2024

Continuing its strong start to the year Airbus has delivered 49 aircraft to 28 customers in the month of February making the deliveries for the year to date 79. Deliveries included 45 single-aisle airlines and 4 wide-bodies. Airbus delivered Six A220 airliners to airlines including Delta Airlines, Breeze and JetBlue [read more]

Amerian Airlines Airbus A321neo
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American Airlines orders 85 additional A321neos

Leading US airline American Airlines has placed an order with Airbus for 85 additional Airbus A321neo single-aisle airlines bringing its total order for the type up to 219. 70 A321neos have already been delivered to the American Airlines since it received its first one in 2019. It is the worlds [read more]

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Airbus secures 20 aircraft order from Vietjet

Low-cost Vietnamese airline Vietjet Air has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus for the purchase of 20 Airbus A330neo airliners as it looks to expand its operation to longer haul flights. When finalised, the A330neo, whose wings and engines are made in the UK, will be the first [read more]