Airbus on Monday confirmed slower deliveries in July as a supply crunch left semi-finished jets outside its factories without engines, but bolstered its future business with confirmation
In a statement on Wednesday, the GCAA said, "Currently the UAE does not have any UAE registered aircraft operating with PW4000 engines. And, there are no foreign aircraft fitted with the mentioned engine operating to UAE airports and airspace."
Europe’s Airbus announced the biggest plane deal in history on the opening day of the Paris Airshow on Monday, with an order for 500 narrowbody jets from Indian budget carrier IndiGo.
French planemaker Airbus signed an agreement with Air India for 250 jets, as part of the Indian carrier’s jumbo deal under its new owners, Tata Group, industry sources told Reuters.
Airbus slowed the production ramp-up of its best-selling A320neo-family jet and targeted 2023 jet deliveries in line with its original estimate for last year as the world’s largest planemaker
The United States is increasing tariffs on Airbus planes imported from Europe to 15 per cent beginning March 18, authorities announced on Friday. The duties have been at 10 per cent since October, when Washington hit $7.5 billion in European products with tariffs.
Aircraft manufacturers are hit by the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the aviation industry. The number of global commercial aircraft orders was zero during the month of September.
Four Chinese airlines said on Friday they will buy a total of 292 planes from Airbus in a $37 billion windfall for the aviation giant, as the industry rebuilds after the coronavirus pandemic.
Aircraft manufacturer Airbus said it stands to lose more than $5 billion worth of aircraft orders if AirAsia X’s (AAX) debt restructuring scheme goes through, court documents showed, joining a dozen creditors that have challenged
The EU regretted on Thursday the US decision to slap more tariffs on French and German products as part of spat over aircraft manufacturers Airbus and Boeing. Brussels complained that Washington had “unilaterally” disrupted ongoing talks