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Korean Air becomes new operator of A321neo
Seoul, 30 November 2022 – Korean Air has become a new operator of the best-selling A320 Family, following the recent delivery of the first of 30 aircraft on order with Airbus. Korean Air’s A321neo features the new Airbus Airspace cabin, bringing premium widebody features to the single aisle market.
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Croatia Airlines signs firm order for six A220 aircraft
Toulouse, 29 November 2022 – Croatia Airlines, Croatia’s national flag carrier based in Zagreb, has signed a firm order for six A220-300 aircraft. Croatia Airlines plans to lease an additional nine A220s, taking its total commitment for the type to 15.
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TAP Air Portugal receives approval for RNP AR approach operations to two major Portuguese airports thanks to NAVBLUE’s expertise
Thanks to NAVBLUE’s expert support, TAP Air Portugal has received approval to fly RNP AR approach procedures at two major airports in the country: Madeira International Airport (IATA:FNC, ICAO: LPMA) and Ponta Delgada-João Paulo II Airport (IATA: PDL, ICAO: LPPD).
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Azul Linhas Aéreas adds three additional A330neo to fleet
São Paulo, 16 November 2022 – Azul has signed a firm order for three A330-900 which will allow it to further expand its international network and complement its existing A330 operations, bringing the airline’s total fleet of A330neo aircraft to eight.
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Air Caraïbes becomes the European and Caribbean launch customer for Evidence Based Training by Airbus
Berlin, 09 November 2022 – Airbus is further expanding its network of customers for Airbus’ Evidence Based Training (EBT) Recurrent training service. Long standing Airbus customer Air Caraibes, operating under french regulations and with its main base in Guadeloupe, has signed an agreement for recurrent training for its A330 and A350 flight crews.
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Orders & Deliveries - October 2022
Airbus' commercial aircraft orders and deliveries for the month of October 2022 have been published.
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Airbus Virtual Procedure Trainer offers an innovative way for pilots to learn procedures using Virtual Reality - Lufthansa Group becomes launch customer
Berlin, 8 November 2022 – Advanced procedure training for pilots is now possible without using a flight simulator or on-site procedure trainer, thanks to the innovative Airbus Virtual Procedure Trainer (VPT). The software solution immerses trainees within a virtual cockpit and coaches them on Airbus Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Lufthansa Group will be the launch customer for the new solution presented at EATS (European Airline Training Symposium) 2022 in Berlin.
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Airbus China Services partners Chinese stakeholders for a better aviation ecosystem
Zhuhai, 08 November 2022 – Airbus has signed a bundle of cooperation agreements and MoUs on aftermarket services with its Chinese partners at the Zhuhai Airshow. The cooperation covers a wide range of aftermarket services covering maintenance, cabin seat solutions and material services.
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Waste sorting bin Airbus
End-of-life Reusing, recycling, rethinking
Have you ever wondered how much recycled material is used in the building of Airbus aircraft and how much of the aircraft can be recycled?
Reusing and recycling have been part of this industry for years. However, with today’s spotlight firmly focussed on sustainability, aviation must deliver noticeable results, show engagement and sometimes even completely rethink materials and ways of working.
What options should operators consider today for an aircraft at the end of its flying life, and what is around the corner for becoming even more sustainable?
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Drop Moonsoon

RunwaySense supports airports during monsoon

16 August 2022

Every year ahead of the monsoon in the South-South East Asia region, several airports prepare their runways for the heavy rains they experience from June onward. The monsoon season is a great challenge for airports especially for the ones where domestic traffic is picking back up post Covid-19.


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.

Code displayed on screen

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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