Airbus to Upgrade A320, Announcement Weds

martes, 30 de noviembre de 2010

The project, estimated at between $1 billion and $2 billion, will see the launch of an optional new version of the popular family of passenger jets called Airbus NEO with the new engines offering better fuel burn. It will be announced early on Wednesday.

The sources spoke on condition of anonymity because the decision had not yet been announced.

Airbus declined to comment.

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UPDATE 1-Airbus to streamline engineering on key project


Ginés Clemente, de Aciturri, y José Santiago Vega, de Incosa, finalistas del Premio Emprendedor del Año de Ernst & Young ICAL


Hydrogen should take priority over biofuel in aviation: WWF

The aviation industry should focus research and development programmes on liquid hydrogen rather than third-generation biofuels in the quest to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, according to World Wildlife Fund director for global energy policy Stephan Singer.

"Liquid biofuels may come in as the only alternative to oil but there is a vivid debate to look into liquid hydrogen as a long-term solution," says Singer. "Liquid biofuels may provide a short-term solution but they are also carbon-based."


Qatar & ANA Airlines 'Disappointed' In Dreamliner Delivery Schedule

Questions Bombardier As Well, Says More Business May Go To Airbus
The CEO of Qatar Airways said delays in Boeing's Dreamliner and questions about the Pratt & Whitney engines being developed for the Bombardier C-Series have him leaning towards Airbus as the airline looks at rapid growth in the coming years.

Launch Customer Has Ordered 55 Of The New Airliners
All Nippon Airways (ANA) CEO Shinichiro Ito said Monday that his airline is "pushing" Boeing for a new delivery schedule for its long-delayed 787 Dreamliner. The aircraft suffered another delay in November when a fire in an electrical panel forced a halt to flight testing of the aircraft.


Airbus A330 FSTA performs its 1st flight with refueling hose extended


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