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First BelugaXL transporter rolls off assembly line.

This next-generation super transporter is one of the largest aircraft in existence The first structurally complete airframe for the new BelugaXL rolled out from its assembly hangar in Toulouse, France this month. Once operational, a fleet of these next-generation airlifters will be used to transport completed sections of Airbus aircraft among the company’s European production… Read More ›

School’s out for summer – escape to Europe with bmi regional from £38 pp one way.

Book online 30 July- midnight 3 August 2014; Destinations include Hamburg, Munich, Gothenburg, Brussels, Bristol, Aberdeen; Travel 18 August 2014-28 March 2015; Bags fly free, food and drink included. School’s out for summer and to celebrate, independent British airline bmi regional is offering fares from £38pp on flights to cities in England, Scotland, Germany, Norway… Read More ›

Air Malta Seat Sale Now On – 25% Discount Launched on Germany and Austria.

Air Malta has just launched a campaign offering a 25% discount on flights to/from Malta, to Germany and Austria.  The sale will be open up till Sunday 9th February and closes at 23:59hrs, Malta time. Tickets purchased through this offer are valid for travel till 31st March 2014. This offer is available on the airline’s… Read More ›

SAS launches new direct route between Stockholm and Hamburg.

  On April 22, SAS launches a new direct route between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Hamburg Airport with two return flights every weekday and one return flight on Sundays. This strengthens SAS’s customer offering with another direct route to an attractive business destination and a popular weekend destination. Today, over 100,000 passengers fly between Stockholm… Read More ›

A320neo programme starts first major-component assembly.

First A320neo engine pylon assembled in Toulouse. Other NEO subassemblies taking shape soon across Airbus sites. Airbus has achieved assembly of the engine pylon for the first A320neo to fly. The pylon (depicted below), which has just been completed at the dedicated pylon facility in St Eloi in Toulouse, is the first major airframe component… Read More ›

More destinations in winter timetable 2013/14

Lufthansa and Germanwings increase capacity together Lufthansa and Germanwings are marginally expanding their services in the forthcoming winter flight schedules. Their joint capacity in terms of available seat-kilometers will increase overall by 1.1 per cent. This growth is attributable to the deployment of larger aircraft. In combination with Germanwings, Lufthansa is offering customers an even… Read More ›

After a “year of records,” Airbus sets its sights on continued industry leadership in 2012.

Airbus will build on last year’s highly successful commercial performance as the company pursues its industry leadership in 2012, with the coming 12 months to include further production ramp-up for the jetliner families to meet a growing order backlog, supported by additional growth in its employee count. Speaking to international journalists today at the New… Read More ›

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