Airbus has filed a patent for adjustable benches that could accommodate anything from a couple of overweight passengers to a slim family of four.
Aerospace giants Honeywell and United Technologies recently discussed a merger, but UTX said it ended the talks on antitrust concerns.
Aircraft manufacturer expects demand for its aircraft will remain strong as long as global growth stays on track.
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Investment opportunities in Iran are “too big to ignore,” the CEO of a top investment firm told CNBC.
Iran has struck a provisional deal with Airbus to buy eight A-380 superjumbo planes, the deputy transport minister told Reuters on Sunday.
Oil prices slumped to a 2003 low below $28 per barrel as the market anticipated a rise in Iranian exports.
European equities gained on Tuesday, despite continued wariness surrounding low oil prices and China's economic slowdown.
Airlines still need to invest in fuel efficiency of their fleets, despite the low price of oil, Airbus' chief operating officer told CNBC on Tuesday.
European stocks closed flat on Thursday in a shortened trading day with thin volumes as the oil price remained choppy.
European equities finished trade mixed to mostly higher on Monday despite a sharp drop in oil prices weighing on investor sentiment.
European markets finished sharply lower on Tuesday after Turkish fighter jets shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border.
European equities soared by the close on Tuesday as markets got a confidence boost from fresh European data and corporate earnings.
EasyJet experienced a "cooling off" in demand for travel to France after the Paris attacks on Friday, but expects normal services to resume quickly.
Putin ordered the suspension of all Russian passenger flights to Egypt on Friday until the cause of a deadly plane crash at the weekend was known.
The launch is one of many steps taken by China to transform itself from the world's low-cost factory to a creator of profitable aviation technology.
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European stocks closed mixed on Friday, pressured by weak corporate earnings, but finished the month with gains of around 8 percent.