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  1. China's home-grown C919 passenger jet taking off from Shanghai's Pudong International

    Behind Airbus-Boeing truce lies a common rival: China

    While the United States and Europe waged a 17-year trade battle over subsidies to Boeing and Airbus, China poured money into its own commercial ...
  2. The Airbus-Boeing dispute is the longest-running one in the history of the World Trade Organization

    UK, US strike deal over Airbus-Boeing dispute

    Britain and the United States have suspended retaliatory tariffs levied during a 17-year dispute over state aid for European planemaker Airbus and ...
  3. A Vietnam Airlines Aribus A321 prepares to  land at Noi Bai international airport in Hanoi

    Vietnam Airlines to auction 11 Airbus planes to support carrier

    Vietnam Airlines plans to sell 11 Airbus A321 aircraft through an auction, as the Southeast Asian country's flag carrier struggles with the ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: The logo of IndiGo Airlines is pictured on passenger aircraft on the tarmac in Colomier

    India's Indigo selects CFM engines to power Airbus fleet

    India's biggest airline IndiGo said on Friday it had selected jet engine manufacturer CFM International's LEAP-1A engines to power its fleet of ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: An Airbus A350-900 aircraft performs a flight pass during the Singapore Airshow in Sing

    Airbus shakes up aero parts manufacturing

    Airbus has launched the biggest shake-up of its manufacturing network in more than a decade, with large-parts activities reorganised in France and ...
  6. RSAF mrtt airbus refuelling tanker

    RSAF’s newest tanker aircraft now fully operational; may soon automatically refuel airborne jets

    Manoeuvring the huge tanker's boom to refuel RSAF fighter jets needs a deft touch and high level of coordination, as CNA discovered when it tried ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Grounded jetliners stored at Tarmac Aerosave in Tarbes

    Airlines face headache over 'use-by' date on some jet parts as COVID-19 grounds fleets

    Airlines with planes idled by the pandemic are cutting costs by delaying some maintenance tasks like changing life vests, testing oxygen bottles ...