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ILA 2022 Berlin Air Show: Airbus A350 XWB, Beluga XL (+Photos)

The European manufacturer brought the A350-900 XWB ‘World Explorer’ and the flying whale, the Beluga XL, to ILA 2022.

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Airbus Airlines Industry

easyJet Firms Up Airbus Order

With this order, easyJet (U2) wants to show its rivals that it still means business in the European market.

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Airbus Airlines

Airbus, Qatar Airways in Discussion on A350 Dispute

The Airbus-Qatar Airways (QR) dispute over A350 paint deterioration continues with talks of settlement.

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Airports Bombardier

The Last De Havilland Aircraft out of Downsview Airport

The final Bombardier/De Havilland Canada (DHC) plane has taken off from Downsview Airport (YZD), marking the end of an era.

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Boeing Innovation Technology

Boeing Keeps an “Open Mind” on RISE Engine Technology

The RISE engine may reduce fuel burn by as much as 20% and could enter service by the 2030s.

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Boeing Unveils 2022 ecoDemonstrator 777-200ER Livery

These are the technologies that the new Boeing 2022 ecoDemonstrator 777-200ER will test in a real-world setting.

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Airbus Airlines

Air India Close to Acquiring Widebody Airbus 350s

The A350 is expected to cater to Air India (AI) routes in North America and Australia owing to its long-range capabilities. 

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Akasa Air Takes Delivery of its First Aircraft

The delivery is a “milestone” for Akasa Air (QP), bringing the airline closer to the process of obtaining its Air Operator’s Permit.

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Airborne! The First Airbus A321XLR Takes Off

As the skies of Hamburg cleared, Airbus’ latest next-generation narrowbody aircraft, the A321XLR (Extra Long Range) took off on its first test flight, a significant milestone for the highly anticipated aircraft.

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ATR Industry Manufacturers

ATR Plans Japanese Market Expansion

This is French-Italian aircraft manufacturer ATR’s plans to increase its presence in the Japanese market.

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