Dubai-based Emirates has expanded the network of destinations served by its A380 aircraft with the launch of the first A380 service to Dusseldorf, Germany.
The airline also celebrated its five year anniversary in Prague with a special o
An Emirates A380 plane with more than 500 people on board had to make an emergency landing in Sri Lanka on Friday due to a "technical fault", aviation officials said.
The aircraft was en route to Dubai from Sydney when i
UAE national airline Etihad Airways’ much-anticipated A380 arrives in Sydney, Australia, tonight, beginning an exciting new era of luxury travel on the Sydney-Abu Dhabi and Sydney-London routes.
The A380 features The Residen
Airbus could announce "several hundred" airplane orders at the June 15-21 Paris Airshow, Fabrice Bregier, chief executive of the planemaking unit of Airbus Group, said on Saturday.
"It will be a good show," he
Airbus appeared to take the lead in the order race with Boeing last month, leapfrogging its rival with confirmation of a major Latin American order as Boeing prepared to issue its own final data for the first four months of 2015.
Etihad Airways has taken delivery of its second Airbus A380 in its new ‘Facets of Abu Dhabi’ livery, and will introduce the aircraft on the popular Abu Dhabi to London Heathrow route tomorrow (May 1).
The aircraft was
Europe's Airbus pledged on Friday to boost sales of its A380 superjumbo, as the world's largest passenger jet prepares to celebrate a bitter-sweet 10-year anniversary in the skies having booked no new airline orders since 2013.
Rolls-Royce said it had won a $9.2 billion order to supply engines for 50 A380 aircraft for Dubai's Emirates airline, providing a boost for the British company after a torrid year of profit warnings.
Rolls-Royce said the order
Dubai's Emirates airline has selected British engine-maker Rolls-Royce to supply engines for 50 of the 140 A380 aircraft it has on order with Airbus, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
It is the first time the
The jumbo jet, for many years the workhorse of modern air travel, could be close to running out of runway.
Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundament