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Hong Kong Government Flying Service rescues 70 amid typhoons

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Widebody jetliner deliveries begin at Airbus’ new A330 Completion and Delivery Centre in China

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Airbus celebrates ‘best in class’ supplier performance

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Airbus appoints LUO Gang to lead new innovation centre in China

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The A350 XWB programme is flying high with 100 deliveries overall

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Airbus delivers its 100th A350 XWB

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H215 in action during China demo tour

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Airbus and China to enhance cooperation in aviation and aerospace

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Beijing 999 signs agreement for the first H145 for medical rescue and SAR missions in China

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China Southern Airlines orders 20 Airbus A350 XWBs

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Hong Kong Government Flying Service performs rescue mission during Typhoon Hato
07 September 2017

Hong Kong Government Flying Service performs rescue mission during Typhoon Hato

Hong Kong Government Flying Service performs rescue mission during Typhoon Hato with an AS332 L2 Super Puma helicopter. August 2017.

Hong Kong Government Flying Service performs rescue mission during Typhoon Hato
07 September 2017

Hong Kong Government Flying Service performs rescue mission during Typhoon Hato

Hong Kong Government Flying Service performs rescue mission during Typhoon Hato with an AS332 L2 Super Puma helicopter. August 2017.

Airbus Innovation Centre Shenzhen Ceo Luo Gang
31 July 2017

Airbus Innovation Centre Shenzhen Ceo Luo Gang

Luo Gang CEO of Airbus’ new innovation centre in China.

100th A350 Delivered To China Airlines Ceremony Airbus, Airbus - Masterfilms - Philippe Masclet
26 July 2017

100th A350 Delivered To China Airlines Ceremony

EVE-1548, Airbus delivers its 100th A350 XWB : Airbus has delivered its 100th A350 XWB, just some 30 months after the first delivery of the world’s most modern widebody aircraft in December 2014. The 100th aircraft delivered is an A350-900 for China Airlines.

Airbus, Airbus - Masterfilms - Philippe Masclet

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100th A350 XWB Delivered To China Airlines Infographic
26 July 2017

100th A350 XWB Delivered To China Airlines Infographic

The fastest widebody production ramp-up for the leading manufacturer

Videos (8)

 
22 October 2016

The year in review: Airbus' 2015 highlights adjusted

This video recaps a wide range of commercial and operational achievements for Airbus during 2015. Highlights for the year included the company’s 9,000th total aircraft delivery, the official inauguration of the new U.S.-based A320 Family final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama, as well as key milestones for the company’s market-leading product line of advanced and modern jetliners.

 
21 October 2016

Fly Your Ideas 2015: finalist celebrations

Enjoy the special moment when each of the final finalist teams for Airbus’ Fly Your Ideas student challenge learned they will be competing for the top prize. The five finalists are: Team MULTIFUN from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Team BIRDPORT from the University of Tokyo, Japan; Team AFT-BURNER-REVERSER from Northwestern Polytechnical University, China; Team RETROLLEY from the University of São Paulo, Brazil; and Team BOLLEBOOS, from City University London, UK

Documents (8)

Beijing 999 signs agreement for the first H145      
Beijing 999 signs agreement for the first H145
04 May 2017

Beijing 999 signs agreement for the first H145

[Recipient], CMIG Leasing takes delivery of China’s 100th helicopter from the Ecureuil family      
[Recipient], CMIG Leasing takes delivery of China’s 100th helicopter from the Ecureuil family
09 December 2016

[Recipient], CMIG Leasing takes delivery of China’s 100th helicopter from the Ecureuil family

[Recipient], Chinese consortium acquires 100 H135s from Airbus Helicopters      
[Recipient], Chinese consortium acquires 100 H135s from Airbus Helicopters
13 June 2016

[Recipient], Chinese consortium acquires 100 H135s from Airbus Helicopters

 
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