The rivalry between Airbus and Boeing started more than 40 years ago, when Airbus launched its very first plane: the A300.
Drawn from life: why have novelists stopped making things up?
Karl Ove Knausgaard, Rachel Cusk, Sheila Heti, Edward St Aubyn – authors are using their own life stories in their fiction. Does the boom in autofiction spell the end of the novel, asks Alex Clark
Why do we stop making friends as we get older?
We become inward-looking and pretend to be interested without being so.
Why the Anti-Abortion Movement Stopped Making Allowances for Rape and Incest
Anti-abortion activists’ straightforwardly triumphant reaction to the Alabama law is proof that the conversation has now changed decisively.
What went wrong for the Airbus A380 'superjumbo', the world's biggest passenger plane?
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 Dreamed Up the Wild Design for Its Flying Car
Why British Airways could be the Airbus A380's saviour
Plane Talk: BA could become a buyer for secondhand planes
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.
'We should stop making all-female reboots of old films and superhero classics. Here's why'
At their best, these films and shows offer a kind of revisionist thinking. At their worst, they demonstrate the film and television industry’s cynical profiteering from contemporary feminist ideals
'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
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 Stop Making Excuses
Discover the valuable lesson one WD reader learned about lying
Stop Making This Twitter Mistake
Cisco's Carmen Collins shares her biggest Twitter pet peeve—and offers a simple fix.
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…
Why Is It Important to Stop Making a Distinction Between Happiness and Joy?
In April 2017, Randy Alcorn spoke at the Life Impact Event on the topic of Heaven and happiness. He was interviewed by the president of Life Impact, David Knauss.…
Airbus hikes 20-year plane demand forecast
By Brenda Goh and Tim Hepher LONDON (Reuters) - Airbus raised its long-term jet demand forecast on Tuesday, saying the world would need to double its fleet as cities expand and Asia's increasingly affluent middle class takes to the skies. The European planemaker said airlines, lessors and cargo operators
How to stop making costly IT contract mistakes
Poor IT contract management can cost your business time, money and legal fees. Here’s how to minimize risk by focusing on restructuring contract management and training employees around compliance.
How to Stop Terrorism
CFR's Farah Pandith joins James M. Lindsay and Robert McMahon to examine President Donald J. Trump's options on countering violent extremism.