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Airbus, Boeing expect big orders if 5/20 is eased

Civil aviation ministry is reviewing the 5/20 regulation that asks new airlines to fly five years in domestic skies and have 20 aircraft before they go international Hyderabad: Airbus Group SE and Boeing Co., the world’s largest aircraft makers, expect to battle it out for multibillion-dollar orders for long-haul jets from India if the government eases a rule that currently restricts some airlines from flying international. The civil aviation ministry… Read Article →


Airbus Patents Extractible Cabins to Cut Plane Boarding Times

BY JORDAN CRUCCHIOLA –ALL RIGHT, EVERYONE. It’s quiz time. What’s the worst part about flying? “Everything,” is an entirely appropriate response, but the one thing that’s most miserable about flying is the waiting. Waiting to get through security. Waiting for bad food and overpriced water. Waiting to get on the damn plane, waiting to get off the damn plane. You’d think the industry’s approach to customer service is “hurry up and wait,”… Read Article →


Airbus A350 flight control system actuators, galleys produced in PH

The Philippines is part of the most modern and advanced Airbus aircraft in its fleet, Airbus A350’s global value chain. “The galleys and primary flight control system actuators of the A350 are actually being produced in the country making the Philippines officially part of Airbus’ global value chain,” DFA said. MOOG – a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and integrator of precision motion control products and systems – which has a plant… Read Article →


Airbus Files Patents For Vertical Airline Seating

Why Is This Important? Because air travel is still too damn expensive. Long Story Short Airbus recently filed patents in Europe for some crazy looking airline seating configurations. The designs center on stacking passengers vertically, and even include seats that face one another in some drawings. Long Story Air travel is one of the least comfortable everyday experiences for people. The airport sucks, and increasingly cramped cabin dimensions mean being… Read Article →