First Airbus A320neo with Airspace Cabin delivered to SWISS
Ultra Air selects NAVBLUE Flight Ops solutions for their Entry Into Service
Airbus and partners to establish aircraft lifecycle services centre in China
Spring Airlines Japan goes live with NAVBLUE’s N-Flight Planning and N-Ops & Crew Lite
Air Belgium signs for Airbus’ Flight Hour Services (FHS) to support its A330neo fleet
The future is now
Azorra orders 22 A220 Family aircraft
Airbus achieves 2021 commercial aircraft delivery target
Iraqi Airways receives its first A220-300
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Airbus offers more flexibility in the use of eTech 3DRepair Digital Solution with a new "Pay-as-you-go"
eTech 3D Repair is a mixed fleet integrated solution for recording, assessing, monitoring and reporting aircraft structural damage via a tablet based portable tool.
5 actions to protect your aircraft from cyberattacks
Cyberattacks across all industries and countries regularly hit the headlines with record financial impacts, unquantifiable reputational damages and serious operational disruptions.
Introducing our brand new Airbus Services Store
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
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
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.
Airbus brings cockpit to you with new Virtual Reality Flight Trainer
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.