PAS17: The Revolution Will Be Data-Driven, Airbus Looks Skywise

Starting day two of the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, Airbus reveals what it describes as the next revolution in the aerospace industry: data. Today, Airbus becomes Apple for planes through a partnership with Palantir, with Japanese low-cost airlines Peach and […]

PAS17: More Airspace as Airbus Brings Holistic Design to A320

Airbus reveals that the A320 will be the latest aircraft model to include holistic Airspace cabin design. The announcement follows the successful 2016 introduction of the A330neo and A350 Airspace by Airbus experience. The DNA of this branded cabin is […]

PAS17: GECAS Shows More Love to Airbus than Boeing

The first big order announcements from the 52nd Paris Air Show are coming in, with Airbus and Boeing each having something to smile about from GECAS. GECAS (GE Captial Aviation Services) has placed two large orders for narrow-body aircraft, with […]

Can Plus Make a Difference? Airbus Reveals A380 Re-Design

As the Paris Air Show kicks off, Airbus has revealed details of its plans to improve the operational performance of the A380 aircraft, hoping to retain customer loyalty to the embattled aircraft model and perhaps attract more customers. Airbus promises […]

Winner of Airbus’ ‘Fly Your Ideas’ Competition Solves Under Seat Crunch

Student members of Team DAELead from The University of Hong Kong took the €30,000 first prize with their effective design for a Private Stowage Compartment (PSC) at Airbus’ 2017 ‘Fly Your Ideas’ competition. Their design is an under-seat storage system which […]

Airbus Publishes ‘Fly Your Ideas’ Shortlist after “Unprecedented Participation”

This year, 5,499 students from around the world registered to participate in the ‘Fly Your Ideas’ student challenge organised through partnership between Airbus and UNESCO.

Inmarsat and ESA Mark Critical Milestone in ATM Modernisation Program

Inmarsat and the European Space Agency have completed the first test flights for a project which will modernise Europe’s air traffic management infrastructure to make flights better for passengers and the planet.

IATA Warns Against Protectionism as Air Travel Demand Increases, I Warn Against Egos


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is warning against protectionist tactics as demand for air travel increases over the next two decades.

Norwegian Opts for 30 Airbus A321LR Planes

Norwegian orders 30 A321LR (Long Range) aircraft.

Norwegian has announced that its subsidiary, Arctic Aviation Assets Ltd (AAA), has placed an order for 30 Airbus A321LR (Long Range) aircraft, due to begin deliveries when the aircraft type enters service in 2019.