Pegasus Airlines, Turkey's leading low-cost airline, recently took delivery of its first Airbus A320neo powered by CFM International's LEAP-1A engines, becoming the first airline to do so for the type.
Pegasus placed the l
Qatar Airways has cancelled its first Airbus A320neo jet and remains at an impasse with the European planemaker over delays in deliveries caused by engine problems, its chief executive said on Friday.
Akbar Al Baker said the carri
European planemaker Airbus has pushed back the delivery of its first A320neo aircraft to the start of 2016, it said on Wednesday, missing a goal to hand over the revamped version of the jet to its initial customer by the end of 2015.
Germany’s Lufthansa is set to become the first airline to fly Airbus' revamped single-aisle A320neo jet when it takes delivery of its first plane this month, making it the launch operator.
Qatar Airways was due to be the launc
IndiGo, India's low-cost domestic airline, recently sealed an order for 250 Airbus A320neo aircraft worth $26 billion, said a report.
IndiGo’s aircraft purchase agreement is by far the largest-ever for single aisle planes, sai
Airbus Group moved to allay concerns over a wave of order cancellations yesterday, sparking a rally in its shares helped by better-than-expected half-year results.
“Global aircraft markets remained strong despite worries abo
Qatar Airways placed a $6.5 billion order for Airbus jets hours after telling the European giant to go back to basics and learn how to build airplanes in a day of high theatre at the Dubai Air Show on Tuesday.
Chief executive Akbar Al Bake
A senior Airbus executive predicted continued strong demand for the revamped A320neo jet as carriers scramble to save fuel and raised the prospect of quick new sales at the Dubai Air Show.
Demand for the jet could push Airbus even higher t
Kuwaiti lessor Alafco placed a $4.6 billion expanded order for 50 Airbus A320neo passenger jets at the Dubai Air Show on Monday. The order supersedes a provisional order for 30 aircraft announced at the Paris Air Show in June.
Airbus plans to bring forward by six months the entry into service of its revamped A320 jetliner, seen as key to battling Boeing and fending off emerging rivals in the largest aircraft segment.
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