AirlineGeeks attended an invite-only Paris Air Show event with guided tours of Airbus’ next generation A321neo, A350-1000, and the A380. This is what Airbus has planned for the future.
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While the A380 at the Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace will constitute a great opportunity for visitors to gawk at this true double decker, its presence at the home of the Paris Air Show might inspire economists and financiers to study the business case for this aviation “air”tefact.
Resolution of the policy issues involved in UK’s Serious Fraud Office case may set the future parameters for these big stakes sales battles.
Two examples of organizations doing something positive to address the potential shortage crisis of aviation professionals.
After a crash one of its helicopters which suffered a catastrophic failure of its main rotor during flight, Airbus issued an advisory that owners of the Super Puma should not fly them for the…
Airbus Americas and Embraer Executive Jets both recently announced their aircraft will now be manufactured in the US.
Three fascinating examples, all signifying that this sector is moving crisply towards the future.