The flight is only 5 minutes longer than it usually takes to clean the superjumbo.
Electric planes have been talked about as a possibility for many years, but now they're on the tarmac and even up in the air. So can the world's jet-setters start preparing to actually fly electric?
Airbus' new extended-range plane looks to have widespread support but Boeing fought back thanks to the deep pockets of a familiar customer.
American Airlines is the first major U.S. airline to order Airbus' new long-range, single aisle aircraft.
Brazilian plane maker Embraer announced the deal to supply the E195-E2 jets at the Paris Air Show.
Indigo Partners is to use the A321 XLR jets across airlines it runs out of the United States, Chile and Mexico.
The Japanese planemaker Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation announced it's in discussions with an unnamed U.S. airline over the sale of its SpaceJet M100 aircraft.
Joseph Gaspar, the chief financial officer at Elbit Systems, said M&A among firms in the sector began to pick up pace in the 1980s and looks set to continue.
The order for 200 737 Max jets from British Airways parent IAG was a vote of confidence for Boeing's beleaguered aircraft after two fatal crashes.
The aerospace giant says the development will be "platform agnostic" allowing further development by the likes of both Boeing and Airbus.
The Israeli start-up says its nine-seater craft will revolutionize regional commuting.
The airline has no intention to put a premium class in its A320neo and said it would be the first plane of its type to have 194 seats in a single class layout.
Airbus recorded orders and options for 123 planes, according to the aviation consulting firm IBA.iQ.
The aircraft engine and parts supplier is on pace to book a record number of orders.
A large number of the 22,000 respondents felt a plane's cybersecurity risk was better than a bank's.
European aircraft manufacturer Airbus is betting travelers will want to fly long distances on smaller jets with the launch of its Airbus A321 XLR.
Demand for air travel is growing so rapidly that 800,000 new pilots are expected to be needed over the next 20 years, according to Boeing's latest forecast.
The deal would bring together a booming aerospace company with a giant government defense contractor.
The European plane-maker Airbus has kicked off the 2019 International Paris Air Show with the launch of a long-range, single-aisle airliner.
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