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The World Trade Organisation has ruled against the European Union over subsidies to planemaker Airbus says the EU has failed to comply with its earlier rulings over European government loans.
Even as Airbus caught up with Boeing for orders for the first half of this year, combined orders for the world's two dominant planemakers fell 17 percent from the same period last year.
Day one of the Farnborough Airshow brought a boost for Boeing as British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the purchase of nine of its Poseidon marine patrol planes as well as 50 Apache attack he
Iran's state airline is talking with US plane maker Boeing about buying a large number of aircraft, but there are still many obstacles to a deal, as with Iranair's order for Airbus jets.
A French naval search vessel has picked up signals that could be emanating from one of EqyptAir flight MS804’s black boxes, according to an Egyptian…
European aerospace firm Airbus has started construction of a new facility in China where it will fit out wide-body planes assembled in France as it bets on the aviation market there continuing to expa
Airbus, which has just announced record orders for 2015, is to boost production of its A330 planes partially reversing a previous decision to build fewer of the wide-body jets.
Trade between the international community and Iran looks poised to take off with the return of the former pariah state into world commerce. Before
European plane maker Airbus edged ahead of tis rival in the skies Boeing for new business last year. Figures from the Toulouse based company showed
The presence of the European Union’s Transport Commissioner at this week’s Dubai Air Show has sent an important message to both Europe and the Gulf
The Middle East – especially the Gulf – is a strategic location with significant transit volumes of air traffic. The region is both a destination and
1985 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum gives $10 million to the Emirates team start an airline in five months. Pakistan International
Air travel is safe: statistically, air travel is the second safest form of transporting people from A to B. The safest method is the
The Dubai Air Show was first launched in 1986 under the name of “Arab Air”. Since then it has evolved into one of the largest and most important
Egyptian and Russian air crash investigators are at work trying to established what caused the Kogalymavia A-321 to crash in the Sinal Peninsula
Airbus has announced better-than-expected quarterly results, driven by its main planemaking division. The Toulouse-based group also says it’s to
Chinese airlines are to buy 130 Airbus planes under a deal signed by China and Germany and worth over 15 billion euros. The agreement includes a firm
Airbus has officially opened its first assembly plant on American soil, in a clear challenge to its US rival Boeing. The site at Mobile, Alabama is
The Indian airline IndiGo has confirmed an order from Airbus for the biggest ever number of planes. The low-cost airline had announced last October
A French pilot claims to have made aviation history after flying an electric plane across the English Channel on Friday morning. The Airbus E-fan
Airbus is to build a second plane factory in China in a deal with the Tianjin Free Trade Zone Investment Company Ltd. and the Aviation Industry
The 51st edition of the biannual Paris Air Show has closed its gates to a record number of visitors. Some 351,000 people – from the aerospace
If you listen to Airbus then size does matter… The European plane maker says it has taken 421 orders worth 50-billion euros at the Paris Air Show
The Paris Air Show has taken off with a flurry of multi-billion euro plane deals. The first day of has seen significant activity in the air as well