Posted by Leighton Powell on 17 Dec 2021 in Airline News, News
Qantas has issued a statement about the aircraft set to replace their fleet of 737 Next Generation (737NG) aircraft for domestic services. The selection was disclosed after a competition between Airbus, Boeing and Embraer for their fleet of A320 NEO/A220, 737 MAX and E2 jets.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 05 Feb 2020 in Aviation Videos, Flight Videos
If you have been following the world of eVTOL (Electric Vertical Take Off and Landing) flight you’ve probably heard of Airbus’ Vahana program. The uncrewed aircraft is powered by eight (8) rotors mounted symmetrically on two stub tilting wings.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 27 Apr 2019 in Aviation Podcast
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.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 21 Apr 2016 in Press Releases
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes a $162,500 civil penalty against Airbus Defence and Space of Madrid, Spain, for allegedly violating the Hazardous Materials Regulations.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 14 Apr 2016 in Press Releases
CFM International delivered first two production LEAP-1A engines to Airbus on April 2 2016, two days ahead of schedule.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 24 May 2013 in Airline News
Richard Anderson, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Delta Airlines, was interviewed recently by David Brancaccio of the Marketplace Morning Report. They discuss a wide range of topics from the risks of adding state of the art aircraft to the Delta fleet (787 delivery deferment), to subsidized aircraft purchase for foreign airlines by the US government, to baggage fees, airline profitability and frequent flyer miles (spoiler alert – he does not have any).