First A350-1000 for Japan Airlines
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Japan Airlines gets first Airbus A350-1000

Japan Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350-1000 airliner at a ceremony in Toulouse, France how of the European aerospace giant. The Japan Airlines A350 is configure with a four class cabin including six first class suites each of which has a choice of three modes: sofa, seat [read more]

Airbus A350 (Image UK Aviation Media)
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Rumours of big Airbus order from Turkish Airlines

The Dubai airshow is set to get underway tomorrow with rumours of a huge order of Airbus aircraft from Turkish Airlines already making the rounds. If confirmed, the deal will see Turkish Airlines become the largest operator of A350 aircraft in the world. Both Boeing and Airbus will be hoping [read more]

Airbus A350-900 (Image: Nick Harding / UK Aviation Media)
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Airbus delivers 71 aircraft in October

European aerospace giant Airbus delivered 71 aircraft in October 2023 to 42 customers worldwide with single-aisle dominating once again. A total of 60 single aisle airliners were delivered including 28 A321neos, 23 A320neos 7 A220-300s and 2 A220-100s to airlines including Wizz Air, Flynas and British Airways. Widebody deliveries included [read more]

Easyjet A320neo (Image: Nick Harding / Max Thrust Digital)
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easyJet commits to 157 new Airbus A320neo aircraft

Leading low-cost carrier easyJet (U2/EZY) has brokered a deal with Airbus to purchase 157 new A320neo (New Engine Option) family aircraft for delivery at the end of the decade with the rights to purchase an additional 100 aircraft. The deal, worth $19.9bn at list prices, comes as the airline announces [read more]

Airbus handsover the firsdt C295 built for the Indian Air Force at a ceremony in Seville, Spain
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First Airbus C295 delivered to Indian Air Force

Airbus Defence and Space has handed over the first Airbus C295 military transport aircraft to the Indian Air Force (IAF) this week at Airbus; site in Seville, Spain. The first IAF C295 was equipped in a transport configuration and with an indigenous electronic warfare suite and is the first of [read more]