Airbus, one of the largest euro/dollar hedgers globally, hasn’t seen currency volatility impacting orders as such, says Airbus’ COO, John Leahy.
Airbus COO John Leahy remains confident that the group will continue to manage the order book relatively well, as it has been doing since 2005.
The Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China enters the aircraft manufacturing industry, unveiling its first C919 jetliner.
Airlines are holding off on adding to order books at the Dubai Airshow.
Fabrice Brégier, President and CEO of Airbus, downplays the geopolitical concerns in the middle east, adding that the growth levels in the region are rising.
Fabrice Brégier, President and CEO of Airbus, says he doesn’t expect China’s newly unveiled aircraft to impact sales, especially given the company’s level of innovation.
Fabrice Brégier, President and CEO of Airbus, says the global conditions are extremely good for airlines, which have never been as profitable as they are today.
John Strickland, independent air transport consultant and director of JLS Consulting, discusses the Airbus A380, which is attracting fewer orders from airlines such as Emirates.
Airbus announced it will move up to 60 per month for its A320 model, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on the decision by Canadian airline Westjet to remove all entertainment screens from the back of seats on long-haul flights.
Aircraft manufacturer Airbus filed another unusual patent for passenger seating.
Airbus quashed expectations of a possible tie-up with Bombardier late on Tuesday, hours after it was reported the two were discussing a deal.
Walter Stephan, chairman and CEO of FACC, says lower oil prices will give consumers more disposable income to spend on air travel.
Airbus may take legal action against Japanese government after losing a multibillion-dollar helicopter deal, the FT reports.
Airbus inks a deal for 250 A320neos with IndiGo, India's largest domestic airline.
Kiran Rao, head of strategy and marketing of Airbus, says India is the fourth largest aircraft ordering market for the next 20 years, so the deal with IndiGo is huge.
An aircraft with 54 people on board crashed in Indonesia's remote region of Papua, the latest in a string of aviation disasters in Southeast Asia.
Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate owned by Warren Buffett, is close to a deal that may be its largest ever, the WSJ reported.
Satellites are piggybacking on SpaceX flights, creating valuable imagery for investors and environmentalists. But it's risky business.
With their order books packed and some airlines scheduled to wait well over five years for their planes, Airbus and Boeing are talking profits.