The A400M has been ordered by seven members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization - Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain and Turkey - to give Europe an independent airlift capability.
Airbus Group said Thursday it's facing a ''challenging year'' after troubles surfaced with a gearbox on the A400M military transporter and export credit agencies suspended financing for the plane-maker.
Airbus is facing a second category of technical problems with some of its family of A320neo aircraft on top of previously reported engine glitches that have delayed deliveries of its medium-haul jet, industry sources said on
A growing backlog of undelivered Airbus passenger jets, stranded outside their factories due to supplier problems, is putting pressure on the planemaker's cash generation for the start of the year, industry sources and analys
This investment in a training centre is a key strategic Airbus initiative in line with the Skill India programme launched in 2015 by the Government of India to develop a wide range of advanced competencies
The facility will come up in the National Capital Region (NCR) and would be in line with Skill India initiative of the Indian Government, said Srinivasan Dwarakanath, President of Airbus Division, India.
The firm, which is in negotiations with India for several defence projects worth billions of dollars, also made it clear that they would be able to invest in the domestic defence sector only if they get contracts as it takes
Every Airbus commercial aircraft produced today is partly 'Made in India', Airbus Group today said as the European aerospace major announced that it had exceeded the USD 500 million annual procurement mark from India in 2015
Following a comprehensive three-year design and certification programme with Airbus, GKN Aerospace has qualified a new, 10 per cent lighter, higher performance, main pilot (No 1) windshield for the Airbus single aisle aircraf
The A320, a single-aisle aircraft that can carry around 200 passengers in most versions, is popular among airlines for medium-range flights and is one of the workhorses of the civilian aircraft market.
SpiceJet is in talks with Boeing and Airbus to buy more than 150 planes, the airline’s chairman said on Sunday, predicting he would decide which manufacturer to place the order with by the end of March 2016.
Iran plans to buy as many as 90 planes per year from Boeing and Airbus to revamp its antiquated fleet once Western sanctions are lifted, its state news agency IRNA quoted a senior aviation official as saying on Sunday.
Bullish on India as a market place as well as a manufacturing hub, leading aircraft maker Airbus on Thursday said it has begun sourcing components for almost all its jets from the country and aims to take its cumulative sourc
In the next 20 years (2015-2034), according to Airbus’ Global Market Forecast, global passenger traffic will grow at an average 4.6 per cent a year, driving a need for some 32,600 new aircraft above 100 seats