In this premiere episode of our re-launched aviation podcast series we speak with Guy Norris, Los Angeles Bureau Chief and Senior Editor of Aviation Week, about the history and incredible technology behind the superjumbo Airbus A380 airliner and why it failed in the marketplace.
The troubled Airbus A380 was issued a joint type certification by authorities of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency... Read More
In a classic hostile take over attempt, US Airways is trying to tempt the creditors of bankrupt Delta Airlines with an offer of $4 billion in cash and another $4... Read More
Air cargo and freight operator Federal Express (FedEx) has cancelled its order for 10 Airbus A380s and replaced them with Boeing B-777F freighters according to... Read More
Airbus says their A380 Mega Jumbo Jet took off from Blagnac International Airport in Toulouse, France, at 09:58 am local time September 4th. What made the trip historic... Read More
An Airbus A380 jumbo jet paid a visit to London's Heathrow Airport to test the airliner's compatibility, ground handling and infrastructure. The massive airplane... Read More