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Airbus has decided to increase production of its best-selling single-aisle aircraft family to 46 a month in Q2 2016, up from the current rate 42. The new higher production rate will be achieved gradually, with an intermediate step at 44 aircraft per month in Q1 2016. “Based on the healthy market outlook for our best-selling A320 Family and following a comprehensive...

Following the completion of its structural assembly, Skymark Airlines’ first A380 made its first journey on its wheels, moving to the next station at the Final Assembly Line in Toulouse. At this “station 30” Skymark Airlines’ first A380 will undergo general tests on electric and hydraulic systems, mobile parts, landing gears and fuel tanks. Also, the aircraft’s...

The Airbus Puerto Real plant in Cádiz, Spain is leading a project to expand the automation of its assembly processes with the use of two-arm humanoid robots to perform repetitive tasks, freeing up highly skilled workers to work on higher value tasks. The research and technology project called FUTURASSY aims at introducing a harmonized robotic solution designed to automate...

Cessna Aircraft Company, part of the Textron Aviation segment of Textron Inc., announced today a new aircraft to add to the company’s popular line of Cessna CJ-series jets. The new CJ3+ from Cessna includes a state-of-the-art fully integrated Garmin G3000™ avionics suite, all-new interiors with a redesigned cabin and cockpit, new pressurization, and new diagnostics...

Singapore’s Tigerair has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Airbus for the purchase of up to 50 A320neo aircraft for future fleet renewal and growth. The deal covers 37 firm orders plus 13 options. The aircraft will be powered by Pratt & Whitney PW1100 engines and will be operated by the airline across its Asia-Pacific route network. Tigerair A320neo “We...

The first A380 for Asiana Airlines was rolled out of the Airbus paint shop in Hamburg, marking the completion of its painting. The aircraft will then have completion of its cabin and enter a final phase of ground and flight tests in Hamburg, during which all cabin systems will be thoroughly tested, including air flow and air conditioning, lighting, galleys, lavatories,...