Articles tagged “airbus”

Business Travel

Behind Brazil’s Plan to Launch South America’s First Digital Nomad Village

As a perfect example of how countries can embrace a "locals first" approach to tourism, the government is supporting a new NomadX-backed project in the north-west of the country, after a similar scheme in Europe injected $30 million into the local economy.

Behind Brazil’s Plan to Launch South America’s First Digital Nomad Village

Airlines

Airbus Planning Carbon Capture Pact With Several Airlines

Plucking out carbon from the atmosphere is expensive. It's all about scale, and if Airbus and some of the world's biggest airlines can't do it, there may be doubts over the aviation sector’s ambitious bid to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Airbus Planning Carbon Capture Pact With Several Airlines

Airline Weekly

Chinese Airlines Order $37 Billion in New Airbus Planes

Chinese airlines showed their confidence in a full travel recovery with new orders for nearly 300 new Airbus jets.

Chinese Airlines Order $37 Billion in New Airbus Planes

Airline Weekly

EasyJet Moves to Silence Critics With a Big Airbus Order

EasyJet knows it needs more planes to challenge Ryanair and Wizz Air for a larger slice of the European airline recovery. A new deal with Airbus will help it step up to the challenge.

EasyJet Moves to Silence Critics With a Big Airbus Order

Airlines

Qantas, Airbus to Spend $200 Million to Speed Up Australia’s Sustainable Fuel Business

Qantas is currently sourcing its sustainable fuel from outside Australia. This partnership with Airbus will give it much greater control at home to meet those super-aggressive targets for converting to more environmentally friendly fuel.

Qantas, Airbus to Spend $200 Million to Speed Up Australia’s Sustainable Fuel Business

Airline Weekly

Airbus, Qatar Airways Paint Peeling Dispute to Go to Trial Next Year

Airbus and Qatar Airways will each get their day in court. Their long-running dispute over paint on A350 jets will go to trial in the UK next year.

Airbus, Qatar Airways Paint Peeling Dispute to Go to Trial Next Year

Airline Weekly

Lufthansa Won’t Quit on Boeing Even With Current Disarray

Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr acknowledges that Boeing is struggling right now, but he's confident the manufacturer will get its house in order.

Lufthansa Won’t Quit on Boeing Even With Current Disarray

Airline Weekly

Lessor AerCap Warns of Looming Aircraft Shortage as International Travel Rebounds

With international travel rebounding, airlines are scrambling to add aircraft to their fleets. But Boeing and Airbus will struggle to meet their ambitious production targets, given supply chain woes and regulatory scrutiny, the head of the world's largest aircraft lessor said.

Lessor AerCap Warns of Looming Aircraft Shortage as International Travel Rebounds

Airlines

Airbus Defeats Appeal by Legendary Pilot Chuck Yeager’s Estate

Airbus seems fortunate to have defeated the appeal. Sound barrier pioneer Chuck Yeager was a fearless pilot who always had the right stuff, but his estate came up short in this trademark infringement case against the airplane manufacturing giant.

Airbus Defeats Appeal by Legendary Pilot Chuck Yeager’s Estate

Airline Weekly

How Badly Will a Ban on Russian Titanium Hurt Airplane Manufacturing?

Global planemakers are confident in their ability to meet production targets despite the Western sanctions on Russian exports. The aerospace industry relies on Russian supply of this key metal for aircraft production.

How Badly Will a Ban on Russian Titanium Hurt Airplane Manufacturing?