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Aircalin signs contract for pilot training at AATC in Singapore
Aircalin signs contract for pilot training at AATC in Singapore
Singapore, 02 July 2022 – New Caledonia’s Aircalin has signed a contract with Airbus Asia Training Centre (AATC) for the provision of flight crew training for its A320 and A330 pilots. Under the agreement, up to 35 pilots from Aircalin could undergo recurrent training on both aircraft types to maintain their skills and qualifications.
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Airbus awarded new orders in China
Airbus confirms the signature of orders with Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, and Shenzhen Airlines for a total of 292 A320 Family aircraft, demonstrating the positive recovery momentum and prosperous outlook for the Chinese aviation market.
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A350F Silk Way West Airlines
Silk Way West Airlines signs order for two A350F
Toulouse, 28 June 2022 – Silk Way West Airlines based in Baku, Azerbaijan has signed a purchase agreement for two A350F. This is the first order from the Caspian region for this aircraft type. The freighters are intended to modernize and further grow the existing fleet with the most efficient and sustainable cargo aircraft available in the market.
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Signing ceremony of the Satair and Siemens SAS contract at AIX 2022 in Hamburg. From left to right: Toh Ming Zong, Product Manager, Satair, Lee Shu Hwee, Head of Concept Product Management, Satair Andry Rakotomanga, Director of Aerospace Operations, Sieme
Satair and Siemens S.A.S. renew Asia Pacific exclusive distribution agreement
Aircraft Interiors Expo, Hamburg, June 15 — Satair, an Airbus Services company and world leader in the commercial aerospace aftermarket, and Siemens S.A.S. have signed a contract to renew their exclusive distribution agreement covering airborne fire protection systems including smoke detectors for the Asia Pacific. In addition to spares distribution activities, Satair also operates an authorized repair station for Siemens in Singapore to support the customers in the Asia Pacific.
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Uzbekistan Airways selects Airbus to retrofit its A320neo fleet
Uzbekistan Airways selects Airbus Services for their cabin reconfiguration
Hamburg, 16 June, 2022 – Uzbekistan Airways has selected Airbus Services for the cabin reconfiguration of their A320 fleet. Airbus will provide the Services Bulletins and kits to install 24 additional economy seats in a full economy class cabin. The programme will be conducted at the UAT - Uzbekistan Airways MRO center in Tashkent. The contract includes 9 A320 aircraft.
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Air to Ground
Airbus launches Airspace Link 5G Air-to-Ground broadband connectivity in China
Hamburg, 15th June 2022 - Airbus has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Mobile (Shanghai) Industrial Research Institute, a subsidiary of China Mobile focusing on transportation, to cooperate on industrialization and pilot phase flight route trials for the application of 5G Air-to-Ground (ATG) connectivity in China. This cooperation covers new service solutions in connected cabin, cabin experience and digitalization.
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Touchless features used by child in A330neo Airspace cabin
A320 Family and A330ceos get new retrofittable touchless lavatory
As the world slowly emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is worthy of note that many people do so with a heightened awareness of hygiene and safety. In response, touchless lavatory features were identified as part of Airbus’ Keep Trust in Air Travel programme launched at the start of the pandemic and now part of the Health Onboard mission.
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Airspace link HBCplus
Airbus launches Airspace Link HBCplus – the flexible high bandwidth connectivity solution for airlines
Hamburg, 14 June 2022 – Airbus has launched Airspace Link HBCplus, its new flexible satellite connectivity solution that will be offered as an SFE* line-fit catalogue option and also for retrofit on all Airbus programmes. HBCplus, which initially encompasses Ka-band services, will enable airlines to connect to a choice of Managed Service Providers (MSPs) via a new certified terminal and radome built as part of the aircraft. In the future it is planned to extend HBCplus to include MSPs which offer Ku-band services.
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Airspace Link logo
Airspace Link – bringing the connected vision to reality
The mobile phone revolution which is happening on the ground, with more than seven billion smartphone users, is also taking place in the air. By 2027 Airbus expects almost 30,000 aircraft to be equipped with connectivity to support this exponentially growing digital appetite. But the trends encompass much more than smartphone usage
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Airbus offers more flexibility in the use of eTech 3DRepair Digital Solution with a new "Pay-as-you-go"

3 February 2021

eTech 3D Repair is a mixed fleet integrated solution for recording, assessing, monitoring and reporting aircraft structural damage via a tablet based portable tool.

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5 actions to protect your aircraft from cyberattacks

29 October 2020

Cyberattacks across all industries and countries regularly hit the headlines with record financial impacts, unquantifiable reputational damages and serious operational disruptions.

Airbus Store Featured Products
Introducing our brand new Airbus Services Store

8 October 2020

Over the last few years the Airbus Services offer has grown to better support our customers daily operations and to give Airbus customers the best view on how services can answer customer needs.

First A350 cabin to cargo conversion with Airbus Service Bulletin completed with Asiana Airlines

30 September 2020

South Korea’s Asiana Airlines has become the world’s first airline to embody the Airbus solution to convert an A350 passenger cabin to carry freight.

Interactive Maintenance Distance Learning: Preparing operators for the re-start of operations

29 April 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has led to world-wide travel bans and a significant reduction in global flight hours. Consequently, most of the maintenance training sessions have been cancelled for aircraft maintenance technicians or engineers looking for an Airbus Type or Type related training.

VR Flight Trainer
Airbus brings cockpit to you with new Virtual Reality Flight Trainer

04 December 2019

Airbus Global Services Forecast (2019) predicts a need for 550,000 new pilots to be trained worldwide over the next 20 years and we have been investigating new ways to make flight training more efficient, more flexible, and more attractive to a generation of digital natives. Virtual Reality (VR) stood out as the most appropriate technology to meet all these objectives.


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