The recipient of the A350-900, China Eastern Airlines (MU), is the largest Airbus operator in the country– the second-largest worldwide– flying a total of 413 Airbus aircraft split between 349 of the A320 family type, 55 from the A330 family, and nine A350.
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World Airlines Turn Profitable, But What About India?
Slowly but surely airlines in the Americas and Europe are moving into the black, but there is no light at the end of the tunnel as yet for Indian carriers.
Future Aircrafts— Hydrogen Or Electric?
Racing to meet tough emission standards for the next decade, aircraft manufacturers are experimenting with a variety of technologies for a reduced carbon footprint and improved fuel burn .
Rolls-Royce tests 2.5MW generator
Rolls-Royce has delivered a 2.5-megawatt electrical generator to its newly renovated Testbed 108 facility in Bristol, the UK for final testing and integration into the world's most powerful hybrid electric aerospace propulsion system.
An XLR that could be a GAMECHANGER
The Airbus A 321XLR that is scheduled to enter service in 2023 could completely revolutionise long-haul international travel. It offers unbeatable economics as well as range. A special report.
Russia wants MC-21 to replace ew
While local aircraft can be spotted all across Russia, several major airlines hold a mix of national and foreign planes in their fleets.
GE Aviation's manufacturing milestones.
GE Aviation recently shipped its 100,000th turbine shroud made from ceramic matrix composite (CMC) materials as well as its 100,000th additively manufactured fuel nozzle tip.
The Great Escape!
On August 15, Dozens of pictures of Afghans jostling to climb onto an aircraft to fly out of the country amid the Taliban's entry into the Afghanistan capital became the most defining image of what the regime change means for most Afghans.
First A350 delivered from China delivery center
The first A350 has been delivered from Airbus’ Tianjin (TSN) Completion and Delivery Center (C&DC), now extended to this type from its previous A320 family dedicated facility.
Light at the end of the tunnel?
16 months after India closed down its airspace for international flights, the situation still remains grim with mandatory social distancing norms creating new challenges for all stakeholders, explains AMEYA JOSHI
Saab's remote tower operations—truly transformational!
Saab has completely overhauled operations at London City Airport with its remarkable remote tower operations. It is transformational and completely expands the footprint of any airport. Ola Rignell, Chairman and MD, Saab India, explains the many fascinating facets of this operation.
Above and Beyond
Airlines elevate the premium travel experience in the air and on the ground.
When Ghost Cities Come Alive
Built on a grand scale with thousands of apartments, new roads and subway lines, and Instagrammable architecture, China’s overnight cities have something else now: People
QATAR AIRWAYS GROUNDS 13 AIRBUS A350S AS FUSELAGE DEGRADING
Qatar Airways said Thursday it grounded 13 Airbus A350s over what it described as fuselages “degrading at an accelerated rate” in the long-range aircraft, further escalating a monthslong dispute with the European airplane maker over the issue.
TO BOLDLY GO
An astoundin mission to bring the internet to everyone on the planet is changing the way we think about mass production and procurement. Airbus Oneweb Satellites is shattering earthly bonds and long-held expectations about the linits of possibility.
No Explanation Needed When You Do It Yourself
Boeing Says Pandemic Will Cut Demand For Planes For a Decade
Boeing is lowering its expectations around demand for new planes over the next decade as the coronavirus pandemic continues to undercut air travel.
Do You Really Want a Flying Car?
It's the year 2020. So where are all the flying cars? The vast majority of people still get to work and school in boring, ground-bound cars. Not to mention buses, trains, and bikes.
AIRBUS TO CUT OVER 2,300 JOBS AT DEFENSE AND SPACE DIVISION
European plane maker Airbus said Wednesday that it plans to cut more than 2,300 jobs at its defense and space division by the end of next year, spreading the cuts across several countries.
The world’s coolest and most luxurious helicopters are the ultimate modes of VIP transport
Keep Calm & Cruise On!
First-timer Jenna Kelley pops her cruising cherry sailing from Japan to China