Rappler's latest stories on Airbus
Airbus delivers only 196 planes in January-June 2020, compared to 389 in the same period in 2019
Airbus says thousands of jobs could be saved if the German and French governments extend aid
The United Kingdom's leading manufacturing union, Unite, describes Airbus' planned layoffs as an 'act of industrial vandalism'
Airbus says positions would be cut in France, Germany, Spain, Britain, and the company's other worldwide sites
Air France-KLM says it will switch to a newer generation of aircraft, including smaller Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 jets
Airbus reports a net loss of 481 million euros ($522 million) in the 1st quarter of 2020, compared to a profit of 40 million euros in the same period in 2019
Airbus is 'now revising its production rates downwards to adapt to the new coronavirus market environment'
Airbus plans to resume production in Spain on Monday, March 30, but workers say their health would be at risk
Airbus says these measures are intended to 'secure business continuity for itself even in a protracted crisis'
Tony Fernandes and Kamarudin Meranun are reinstated to their executive positions following an independent review of AirAsia's aircraft procurement
Airbus is cutting Defence and Space division jobs in Germany, Spain, France, and Britain
European aerospace giant Airbus says the United States' decision to increase tariffs 'further escalates trade tensions between the US and the EU'
Former Canadian manufacturing titan Bombardier will use funds from the sale to help pay off its debt
(UPDATED) The 3.6-billion-euro fine slapped on Airbus affects its bottom line in 2019
'China domestic and worldwide travel restrictions are posing some logistical challenges,' says Airbus
AirAsia Group chief executive officer Tony Fernandes will relinquish his post for two months, but denies any wrongdoing
Investigators accuse Airbus of failing to prevent persons associated with the company from bribing directors or employees of the airline to 'obtain or retain business or advantage'
Airbus says it reached an 'agreement in principle' with French, British, and US authorities over corruption investigations
The firing comes after reports that Airbus employees had obtained secret files of the German army involving the acquisition of a communication system
The fuel-efficient and eco-friendly planes are scheduled to be delivered between 2021 and 2024
Airbus, French wine and Scottish whiskies are among the high-profile targets with Europe ready to hit back against its own list of iconic or politically sensitive US products in 2020
The ruling is the largest arbitration award in World Trade Organization history and a landmark moment in the 15-year long Airbus-Boeing battle
There have been 4 major attacks on Airbus in the last 12 months, according to two security sources involved in investigating the hacking
Airbus' revenues are up by 24% in the 1st half of 2019, with airlines placing more orders for fuel-efficient planes
Air France-KLM says Airbus A220s would be cheaper to fly while also 'significantly reducing CO2 and noise emissions'
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency says there are reports of cracks found in wings of in-service A380 airplanes
(UPDATED) Flyadeal will operate an all-Airbus A320 fleet instead of purchasing Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jets
(UPDATED) It marks a disappointing end to a bold bet on how millions of people would travel in the future, as airlines struggled to fill a plane capable of carrying anywhere from 500 to 850 people
The London-listed company, whose engines are used in Airbus and Boeing aircraft, says the latest cuts would produce $536 million of annual cost savings by the end of 2020
It is one of the 21 A321neos PAL is getting from Airbus, and will be deployed across the Asia-Pacific region
By combining their enormous amounts of flight data and experience, drone-control software applications are poised to quickly become the world’s most experienced pilots
Philippine Airlines, which is undertaking a $2-billion fleet modernization program, says it will consider Airbus' latest wide-body jet
(UPDATED) Philippine Airlines also says it is waiting for the Civil Aeronautics Board to decide on its petition for a fuel surcharge
(UPDATED) The company says it has placed firm orders for 20 of the double-decker aircraft with options for a further 16. Deliveries are scheduled to start in 2020.
So far, the A380 has cost Airbus 18 billion to 20 billion euros, and the company says it needs to build at least 6 a year for the program to remain viable
Airbus will take a majority stake in Bombardier's marquee C-Series airliner program as the Canadian firm battles against a stiff tariff ruling in the US
Philippine Airlines cites 'public demand' for the route, which will have thrice weekly flights
Airbus and Boeing are targeting the service and maintenance market as a means of boosting business with the global fleet of planes on course to double by 2036
The biennial Paris Airshow which runs to June 25 is expected to attract 150 000 industry professionals from 2 370 companies
Cebu Pacific best known for its budget flights says the new planes will start arriving next March
The MC 21 manufactured by Irkut Corporation can carry up to 211 passengers and fly up to 6 000 kilometers
China s home grown passenger jet is built to meet soaring domestic travel demand and challenge the dominance of Boeing and Airbus
The incoming planes will be Philippine Airlines’ 9th and 10th of the flagship aircraft to be used primarily to service the Manila London route
The long term contract covers a fleet of what is expected to be over 40 Airbus A320s
The two aerospace giants also face competition from homegrown firms backed by Beijing authorities which aim to eventually beat them
The Airbus EC130 helicopter disappears from radar just 23 minutes after take off in Ba Ria Vung Tau province with a pilot and two trainees on board
The captain decided to shut down one of the engines as a precaution and divert the aircraft to Brisbane says a spokesman for the Australian budget airline
Low cost private airline VietJet known for its bikini clad hostesses bought 20 planes while national carrier Vietnam Airlines and budget airline Jetstar Pacific bought 10 each
Orders slide by 27 but the plane manufacturer cites brisk sales at this month s Farnborough Airshow
It remains unclear whether the blaze was triggered by mechanical malfunction or a criminal act