How the Airbus A380 production halt marks end of the superjumbo jet
The FT's Sylvia Pfeifer explains how the industry has shifted to smaller, more fuel-efficient aircraft, with demand for the world's biggest passenger plane failing to materialise.
How Airbus became Boeing's greatest rival
The rivalry between Airbus and Boeing started more than 40 years ago, when Airbus launched its very first plane: the A300.
Why British Airways could be the Airbus A380's saviour
Plane Talk: BA could become a buyer for secondhand planes
What went wrong for the Airbus A380 'superjumbo', the world's biggest passenger plane?
How much trouble does Airbus’s new plane pose to Boeing?
The launch of the A321XLR damages the already weak business case for Boeing’s new aircraft
SpiceJet plans to buy 100 Airbus planes, worth $13 billion
SpiceJet has taken a number of older 737s while the Max remains on the ground, but those jets are more expensive and less efficient to operate, SpiceJet Chairman Ajay Singh said. India had the world’s fastest-growing aviation market last year.
How Airbus Dreamed Up the Wild Design for Its Flying Car
'Rafale' e-mail is an 'Airbus' e-mail: How Rahul Gandhi got it all wrong in this game of obfuscation
Rahul Gandhi's email 'expose' has no reference to Rafale; he just picked on the line
The end is near for the Airbus A380 superjumbo jet. Here's how it went from airline status symbol...
The Airbus A380 superjumbo never became a game-changing icon like the Boeing 747. Instead, it will be discontinued in 2021.
Airbus at 50: Top Technologies Created by Airbus
Since Airbus launched the A300B in 1969, technological advances have been the cornerstone of its success. And that work goes on.
How to Do Buiness with Airbus
How to Do Business with Airbus For suppliers interested in working specifically on the new Airbus Alabama A320 Family final assembly line project, please visit the EADS eProc tool at EADS ePROC tool. www.eprocsourcing.eads.net/ ï¿½ The Airbus/EADS Sourcing Tool allows you to describe your capabilities to Airbus buyers who will then contact you directly, if applicable. Airbus/EADS Sourcing also allows buyers and suppliers to exchange requirements…
How to End Malaria in Africa
The continent's own CDC, formed in 2015, can play a major role
Is this what the end looks like?
When you are dealing with a problem it’s not a bad idea to ask what would a solution look like. Going through a tough time; ask what ‘when it’s over, what will it look like’ The terror-crisis; what will it look like when it’s over? Three thousand people interned, armed lollipop ladies and a McDonald’s in Raqqa High Street? What does over-and-done-with look like? When we can say it’s finished; what can we expect? A truly multi-cultural, secular society. How far away is…
What will it take to end HIV?
What will it take to end HIV By Meera Senthilingam Header Image “Let us not equivocate: a tragedy of unprecedented proportions is unfolding in Africa,” said Nelson Mandela as he stood upon a podium before thousands. The crowd that day was not his usual audience, but he had an important message to convey. “[It] is claiming more lives than the sum total of all wars, famines and floods, and the ravages of such deadly diseases as malaria,” he said to the room full…
This Is How NATO Ends
With the quiet shuttering of an irrelevant Brussels office building in September 2020.
Senior pilot ignored warnings from female co-pilot before aircraft ended up in drainage ditch
The pilot reportedly ignored his colleague's recommendation that he ask for ground assistance while landing in heavy rain.
Is DaVinci Resolve now the ultimate end-to-end production suite?
Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve software is going from strength to strength. Is it now the ultimate way to produce a project from start to finish...
Encouraging Results and Important Lessons from ICD-10 End-to-End Testing
EDITOR’S NOTE: This part one in a series of end-to-end testing results ICD-10 may have been delayed until 2015, but many payers are continuing with th...
How Will the Ebola Epidemic End?
Upon his return from 6 weeks volunteering with the King's Sierra Leone Partnership at a number of Ebola isolation facilities in Freetown, Tom Boyles considers the endgame of the Ebola epidemic. Eneas De Troya, Flickr There are encouraging signs of an overall reduction in confirmed cases of Ebola in west Africa. The graphs below show the epidemic curves for Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea as of 14 January 2015 and current data can be found here. Clearly there has been a dramatic reduction…
How to End Extreme Poverty
If the world hopes to meet the lofty aspirations of the Sustainable Development Goals, it needs to find a better way to work together.