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  • Airbus A320 celebrates its 30th birthday

    The first A320 took off on its maiden voyage on 22nd February 1987 from Toulouse (south western France). Three decades later, the single-aisle jet has become the second best-selling aircraft in the world. Let’s glance back at this European success story.

  • Best of 2016: Top 5 aeronautics Transport videos

    For the Christmas holidays, aeronewstv offers you the best of 2016’s aeronautical videos. Today, we invite you to watch the TOP 5 reports viewed this year in the Transport category.

  • EgyptAir flight MS804: first debris found

    According to Egypt’s military and Greek Defence Minister, Panos Kammenos, the first debris of EgyptAir flight MS804, which disappeared off the Greek island of Karpathos in the early hours of 19 May have been found. Read the article.

  • A320neo’s: Dozens await Pratt & Whitney engines

    Dozens of brand new A320neo’s destined for IndiGo, Viva Aerobus, China Southern, Spirit, and Qatar Airways in Toulouse and Hamburg await their Pratt & Whitney engines. The American engine manufacturer is encountering several technical problems.

  • jetBlue takes delivery of first US built Airbus

    The first Airbus assembled on American soil, in Mobile, Alabama, has been delivered to the low-cost airline jetBlue, and in so doing establishes a new milestone for Airbus.

  • First series-production LEAP engines delivered to Airbus

    The first two LEAP production engines for the A320neo were delivered on 15 April to Airbus. The first plane equipped with this engine should enter service sometime in June.

  • Psychological monitoring of pilots : should it be reinforced?

    One year after the crash of the Germanwings A320 in the south of France, is the reinforcement of medical and psychological monitoring of airline pilots essential ? We asked you the question.

  • Lufthansa officially takes delivery of the A320neo

    On 12 February, Airbus delivered the first A320neo to Lufthansa. The German national airline has ordered a total of 116 A320neo’s and A321neo’s. Watch the video without audio commentary.

  • Airbus A321neo's maiden flight just completed

    Sixteen months after the A320neo, the remotorised version of the present A321, has completed its first test flight. The A321neo should enter service by the end of this year, with the A319neo following on in 2018. Details follow.

  • Electrical air-conditioning pack on trial

    After six years of development, Liebherr-Aerospace is preparing to flight test an electrical air-conditioning pack within the framework of the JTI-Clean-Sky European research project.

  • What is this "barking" noise we occasionally hear on certain Airbus aircraft?

    When an Airbus of the A320 family has only one engine working on the tarmac, you've probably heard a kind of noise that sounds like a dog barking; so what is this noise? Listen to it on the video and read the article to find out where it comes from.

  • LEAP engine to enter service in June 2016

    The LEAP-1A, high-bypass turbofan engine, has just obtained dual certification from both the US and European civil aviation authorities. In June, the CFM engine designed to equip the A320neo will be able to enter service.

  • Comac C919, Boeing 737, Airbus A320: how do they differ?

    The Chinese aircraft manufacturer COMAC’s C919 entry into service is planned for 2018. From then on, it will be facing up to its two major competitors, the A320 (neo) and the Boeing 737 (MAX-8) ; but in what respects do they differ? Read the article.

  • Airbus A320neo on the crest of a wave

    To respond to the many orders received for their "best-seller", the A320neo, Airbus are to increase their production rates. By the summer of 2019, sixty units will be rolling off their assembly lines each month – an unheard of figure.

  • Airbus inaugurates their first US final assembly line

    It's official, the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus now has a final assembly line on American soil. It was inaugurated on 14 September in Alabama.


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