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Condor took delivery of its first A320neo at a ceremony in Toulouse, France © Airbus

Condor welcomes first Airbus A320neo to fleet

Condor, a German leisure airline, has received its inaugural Airbus A320neo on lease from Avolon following a ceremony in Toulouse. This milestone marks the airline’s ongoing fleet modernisation, which already features the A330neo for long-haul routes. By utilising aircraft from the A320 and A330neo families, Condor aims to maximise the benefits of commonality between these […]

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Airbus appoints Robin Hayes as Chairman and CEO of Airbus Americas

Robin Hayes, the former CEO of JetBlue Airways, has been selected to succeed C. Jeffrey Knittel as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Americas, effective June 3, 2024. Hayes, with a wealth of experience in global aerospace leadership, will take the helm after Knittel’s tenure as the region’s top executive since 2018. Hayes brings

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Air Canada’s A320- family aircraft will get a major cockpit and avionics system upgrade © Airbus

Airbus, Air Canada ink deal for A320-family cockpit and avionics upgrade

Airbus has signed an agreement with Canada’s largest airline, Air Canada, for a significant cockpit and avionics system upgrade package for its A320-family in-service aircraft. The multi-year upgrade programme encompasses the enhanced electronic instrument system (EEIS2), head-up display (HUD), and various other avionics functions. It will be fitted on up to 76 aircraft. The HUD

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Airbus forecasts North America’s aircraft services market to surge 45% by 2042

North America’s commercial aircraft services market is projected to experience substantial growth, reaching US$45 billion by 2042, a 45% increase from the current US$31 billion, as per Airbus’ latest Global Services Forecast (GSF). Following the pandemic, North America emerged as one of the earliest and strongest regions to recover. The demand for domestic and international

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Rendering of Korean Air Airbus A350 © Airbus

Korean Air finalises order for 33 Airbus A350s

Korean Air has solidified its commitment to the Airbus A350 family, marking a significant milestone as a new customer with the signing of a firm order for 33 aircraft. The order comprises 27 A350-1000s and six A350-900s. With its remarkable fuel efficiency and reduced carbon emissions, the A350 will revolutionise Korean Air’s intercontinental routes, offering

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A350F in future livery design as revealed at Paris Le Bourget © Airbus

Airbus establishes OpenCargoLab in collaboration with airfreight industry leaders

Airbus has launched the OpenCargoLab, a collaborative initiative with leading partners from the airline, logistics and handling sectors, focusing on the entire airfreight ecosystem. The collaboration involves a team of experts from CHAMP Cargosystems, Fraport, KLM Cargo, Kuehne+Nagel and Swissport. Together, the partners will work to drive digital, resource-saving concepts, contributing to more resilient and

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LCI and Airbus will collaborate to jointly develop ecosystems for advanced air mobility (AAM) © Airbus

LCI and Airbus join forces to advance air mobility

LCI and Airbus have joined forces to propel the development of advanced air mobility (AAM) ecosystems. Their collaboration is centered on strategic planning, commercialisation and financing in three pivotal AAM areas. Together, they will scrutinise market perspectives, conduct industry research and leverage data analytics to facilitate the creation of cutting-edge AAM solutions. In addition to

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Aerospace leaders unite to safeguard aviation supply chain

Prominent figures from the U.S. and European aerospace sectors have formed a coalition aimed at bolstering the integrity of the aviation supply chain and preventing unauthorised parts from infiltrating it. Key members of the Aviation Supply Chain Integrity Coalition include representatives from Airbus, American Airlines, Boeing, Delta Air Lines, GE Aerospace, Safran, StandardAero, with former

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