By Tim Hepher PARIS (Reuters) - European planemaker Airbus is talking to suppliers about the possibility of raising production of its popular A320 family to 50 jets a month as early as 2017, narrowing a gap with rival Boeing, a senior industry source said on Tuesday. Show More Summary
On Tuesday the carrier unveiled a new livery applied to one of its Airbus A320 airplanes.
Swiss Air Force aerobatic jet demonstration team, Patrouille Suisse, teamed up with a Swiss International Airlines Airbus A320 in a wondrous formations flight through the Swiss Alps to kick of the 2015 Ski World Cup International Lauberhorn Races in Wengen. Read more...
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Airbus Group forecast on Thursday that 36 percent of its A320 aircraft family deliveries this year will be the A321 jetliner, up from 31 percent in 2014. "By end of this year, 36 percent of deliveries will be A321,...Show More Summary
If you’re sitting in the window seat and flames start to appear to be coming off the wings of your Airbus A320, is the correct thing to do: Inform a flight attendant Scream Pray Take out your cell phone and start shooting video? Number 4 is of course correct. Show More Summary
Out comes the nose section of an A320 aircraft from an Airbus A300-600 Beluga “Supertransporter” – Photo: Olivier CABARET | Flickr CC This is an excerpt from Paul Thompson’s story on NYCAviation.com… Throughout Airbus’ first two decades in business, its competitors at Boeing would joke that “Every Airbus is delivered on the wings of [...]Show More Summary
Authorities are working to lift the fuselage of AirAsia flight 8501 from the Java Sea, but their first attempt at doing so has failed. According to AOL News, the Airbus A320 was lifted using balloons, but as the body of the plane reached...Show More Summary
The long history of transportation also has been a history of a struggle for safety. It's not over. The recent crash of an AsiaAir Airbus A320, with the loss of 162 lives, highlights one of aviation's lasting shames: The reluctance of air carriers to invest in safety unless they're forced to do so. Show More Summary
The 737 and A320 families have grown a lot since they were launched, both in number of orders and in... Read More
Officials say divers will go down Monday to the bottom of the Java Sea in an effort to retrieve the flight data recorder from the wreckage of the Airbus A320.
One of the flight data recorders (black box) of the crashed AirAsia Flight QZ8501 has been recovered by divers, reports Sky News. The news of the recovery of the black box of the aircraft, an Airbus A320 comes just a few hours after the Inquisitr had reported about the news of a large section of Black Box Of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Found! is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Accident investigators at the site of the Air Asia 8501 crash site say they have discovered tell-tale "pings" believed to be coming from the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorders of the downed Airbus A320. And while they have been tracing the pings for a couple of days now, the boxes have not been located. Read more...
Airbus has got the first mover’s advantage by upgrading A320 well ahead of 737. This could prove dear to Boeing.
21 more bodies were pulled from the Java Sea near Borneo today from the Dec. 27 crash of the Airbus A320 carrying 162 passengers and crew.
AirAsia has suffered a second incident within the span of only a couple of days, as one of its Airbus A320 planes overshot the runway at Kalibo, in the Philippines. Thankfully, this time everyone survived. This incident will hopefully by the last in an unusually traumatic year for commercial aviation.http://flightclub.jalopnik.com/air-asia-fligh... Read more...
1. Bodies and wreckage found in AirAsia searchIndonesian search and rescue crews looking for a missing AirAsia jet have recovered 40 bodies from the Java Sea near Borneo, Indonesian naval authorities said Tuesday. The Airbus A320 aircraft...Show More Summary
"Until today, we have never lost a life." - AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes, 28 December 2014. There's been no resolution yet to the question of what happened to Indonesia AirAsia flight QZ8501, an Airbus A320 (tail PK-AXC) which disappeared while en route from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore, and we're not going to speculate. Show More Summary
The BBC reports: An AirAsia flight travelling from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control, the company has said. Indonesian media say more than 160 people were on board the Airbus A320-200. The aircraft, flight number QZ8501, lost contact with air traffic control at 07:24 (00:24 GMT), AirAsia [...]
Air Asia flight QZ8501 traveling from Surabaya Indonesia to Singapore has gone missing. The aircraft involved is an Airbus A320-216 registered PK-AXC. Stay with us for updates as the situation develops. Update: 7:34pm PST: Hadi Mustofa of the Indonesian Transport Ministry stated that flight QZ8501 lost contact with Jakarta at 6:17am local (23:17GMT). The aircraft [...]Show More Summary