Airbus Defense & Space To Reduce Headcount

By Tony Osborne Feb 20, 2020
Operations in Germany will be hardest hit, with 800 jobs lost.
Defense and Space

ボンバルディアが 残りのA220株式をケベックのエアバスに売却

English Text by Jens Flottau Feb 17, 2020
エアバスとケベック州政府は、カナダの製造業者が民間航空機事業からの撤退を完了したため、A220プログラムの残りのボンバルディアの株式を買い取った。
Asia Aerospace & Defense Japanese

庞巴迪将剩余的A220股权出售给空客和魁北克政府

English Text by Jens Flottau Feb 17, 2020
随着加拿大制造商庞巴迪彻底退出商用飞机业务,空客和魁北克政府接管了其持有的A220剩余股权。
Asia Aerospace & Defense Chinese

Airbus Targets 2022 For On-Time A320 Deliveries; Ramp-Up To 65 In 2023

By Thierry Dubois Feb 13, 2020
Airbus needs another 18 months or so to catch up with A320neo family deliveries and aims to produce 65-67 per month from 2023, up from 63 in 2021, company CEO Guillaume Faury said.
Air Transport

Paris, Berlin Issue Long-Awaited FCAS Demonstrator Contracts

By Tony Osborne Feb 13, 2020
The funding pays for the first 18 months of work—Phase 1A—to develop the demonstrators and mature new technologies.
Defense and Space

Airbus Protests U.S. Navy’s Training Helo Decision

By Tony Osborne Feb 06, 2020
The U.S. Government Accountability Office should rule on the protest by mid-May.
Defense and Space

Hefty $4B Fine In Corruption Case Clears Airbus’ Road

By Thierry Dubois Feb 03, 2020
LYON, France—The €3.6 billion ($4 billion) final agreements Airbus has reached with French, UK and U.S. authorities to resolve a corruption case, although colossal, is in fact a satisfactory outcome for the company.
Air Transport

Airbus Reaches Agreement On Bribery Case

By Thierry Dubois Jan 28, 2020
Airbus has reached an “agreement in principle” with France’s financial prosecutor (Parquet National Financier or PNF), the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and U.S. authorities, the company confirmed Jan. 28.
Air Transport

More H145 Helicopters Destined For UK Training Services

By Tony Osborne Jan 23, 2020
Britain’s Military Flying Training System is to take delivery of four more Airbus H145 Jupiter helicopters to support an upgrade in pilot training requirements.
Defense and Space

New Helicopter Deliveries To Total 7,500 Over 10 Years, Study Shows

By Molly McMillin Jan 22, 2020
During the next 10 years, manufacturers are expected to deliver nearly 7,500 new production helicopters worth $36.9 billion at retail prices, according to the 2020 Helicopter Fleet & MRO Forecast by the Aviation Week Network.
Business Aviation

First Converted Airbus A321P2F Makes Debut Flight

By Chen Chuanren Jan 22, 2020
The first converted Airbus A321 Passenger-to-Freighter (P2F) aircraft flew for the first time Jan. 22, from Seletar Airport in Singapore. 
Air Transport

Airbus To Build A321neo Line In Toulouse

By Jens Flottau Jan 21, 2020
Airbus will build another final assembly line for the A321neo in Toulouse, a consequence of high demand for the aircraft and serious production problems at its Hamburg site.
Air Transport

Airbus Demos Image Recognition For Automated Takeoff

By Thierry Dubois Jan 16, 2020
A modified Airbus A350-1000 performed eight automated takeoffs using an image recognition system on Dec. 18, 2019 in Toulouse, Airbus said Jan. 16.
Air Transport

Airbus Commits To UK Presence Despite Brexit

By Tony Osborne Jan 09, 2020
Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury has said the company is committed to its operations in the UK despite Brexit.
Air Transport

Turkish Aerospace Preparing Third Prototype T625 For Flight Test

By Tony Osborne Jan 07, 2020
Turkish Aerospace has rolled out the third prototype of its T625 Gokbey twin-engine medium helo as it begins to accelerate the aircraft’s flight-test program.
Defense and Space

Ukraine Border Guards Receive H125 Helicopters

By Tony Osborne Jan 07, 2020
Ukraine has begun taking delivery of H125 single-engine light helicopters from Airbus.
Defense and Space

Defense Stocks Led Gains While Commercial Anchored By Boeing

By Michael Bruno Jan 04, 2020
Publicly traded shares of aerospace and defense companies around most of the Western world ended 2019 about 34% above where they began a year ago, and 6% better off than major stock market indices, Wall Street analysts said in year-end reports.
Air Transport

A380 Program Entering Operational Support, Aftermarket Phase

By Thierry Dubois Jan 03, 2020
Early in 2019, Airbus’ salespeople had to accept a harsh reality—that the market for new A380s was too slow for production to be sustained beyond 2021.
Air Transport

Airbus Not Benefiting From Boeing’s MAX Crisis, Exec Says

By Helen Massy-Beresford Dec 18, 2019
Airbus is not benefiting from Boeing’s ongoing 737 MAX troubles, including the U.S. manufacturer’s Dec. 16 decision to suspend production of the type, Airbus chief commercial officer Christian Scherer said.
Air Transport

Airbus Defense & Space Looking To Streamline

By Michael Bruno Dec 18, 2019
Airbus is beginning talks with workforce representatives to address cost structure and boost the division’s long-term competitiveness.
Defense and Space

Airbus Delivers First SAR H145 Helo To Germany

By Tony Osborne Dec 11, 2019
Airbus has delivered the first of seven H145 twin-engine light helicopters to the German Army.
Defense and Space

 

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