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Articles tagged “airbus”

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British Airways shows off first superjumbos, to fly to LA & Hong Kong

BA will operate these superjumbos at lower density to accomodate more premium seats on these long haul routes.

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Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines readies IPO and records a profit

Low cost carrier Pegasus Airlines plans on using the proceeds from an IPO to wean itself off Boeing with an Airbus order for 75 A321neo planes. It's always nice to get a little financial help when you are jilting a longtime partner.

Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines readies IPO and records a profit

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Airbus to drop lithium-ion batteries for new jet in wake of Boeing’s troubles

Airbus likely dropped the problematic battery not only to avoid a fate similar to the 787, but to ease financial and safety concerns of stakeholders and passengers.

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EasyJet founder Stelios wants someone who hates Airbus running his airline

It’s no wonder Stelios supports a growth strategy more lucrative for its shareholders since his family is holding onto almost 37 percent of the low-cost carrier’s stocks.

EasyJet founder Stelios wants someone who hates Airbus running his airline

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Why Airbus doesn’t think its A350 has the same problems as Boeing’s Dreamliner

As the news trickles out about the faulty testing on Boeing's batteries, more buyers will turn their gaze back to Airbus and its comparatively dreamy A350.

Why Airbus doesn’t think its A350 has the same problems as Boeing’s Dreamliner

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Is the AA-US Airways merger happening? Not if you judge by AA’s new plane orders

It looks like business as usual at American, not someone who's going to go through one of the largest airline mergers in history.

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Emirates airline’s plans for taking over the globe, part two

"The notion that we should allow others to chart our destiny is anathema to the thinking certainly of me and others." That's the hard/soft power Emirates is projecting around the globe.

Emirates airline’s plans for taking over the globe, part two

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How the Airbus A380 takes a nightly tour through a small French village

Watching the unassembled A380 parts being transported through a French village has become a tourist attraction.

How the Airbus A380 takes a nightly tour through a small French village

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Emirates isn’t happy with Airbus, so it’s looking to the manufacturer to cover grounding losses

Emirates has doubled-down on Airbus, so its right to apply pressure on the manufacturer to right the mistakes that forced the carrier to keep planes on the ground.

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Airbus reveals new A330 jet that’s able to fly further and carry more cargo

The aircraft jargon won’t make sense to the average flyer, but the news means that airlines with orders on deck for A330s have the potential to fly further and possibly offer new routes.

Airbus reveals new A330 jet that’s able to fly further and carry more cargo