Airbus Group SE wants to swap out airframe components in Germany's A400M transport planes after cracks were discovered in a French A400M aircraft, the German defence ministry told lawmakers on Friday.
Benedikt Zimmer, who head
Airbus Helicopters said all commercial passenger flights of helicopters similar to the Super Puma that crashed off Norway on Friday have been suspended.
An H225 Super Puma ferrying passengers from a Norwegian oil platform crashed
European planemaker Airbus should do a better job selling its A380 superjumbo, according to Emirates, the aircraft's biggest buyer and most vocal supporter within the airline industry.
Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktou
European planemaker Airbus plans to cut production of its A380 superjumbo from 2017 as it struggles to revive sales of the world's largest passenger jet, two industry sources said.
It has told its suppliers to slow production
Qatar Executive, the private jet division of award-winning Qatar Airways, is preparing for the holy month of Ramadan and the busy summer season by adding a second all-Premium Class Airbus A319 aircraft to its luxurious charter fleet.
A delegation from Boeing has visited Iran to discuss sales of jetliners, the secretary of Iran's Aviation Companies Association said on Monday, as the US planemaker seeks to ensure its European rival Airbus does not steal a march in Iran.
European aerospace group Airbus has signed a deal with industrial group Siemens to work on hybrid electric propulsion systems with the aim of building small planes that could be partly powered by electricity by 2030.
France-based Thales, a leader in electronic systems, has been selected by Airbus as lead supplier for high bandwidth connectivity (HBC) solutions to be deployed on A320, A330 and A380 aircrafts in line-fit and retrofit mode.
Airbus Defence and Space, a division of Airbus Group, has been awarded a contract to provide Qatar Armed Forces (QAF) with a multi-mission direct receiving station (DRS) and image analysis capabilities.
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Boeing plans to cut up to 8,000 jobs this year at its commercial airplane division, according to two people familiar with the matter, a move that could slash $1 billion in costs and help it battle for sales against European rival Airbus.