Top News on Airbus A330

  • Delta seeks up to 50 widebody aircraft

    ​Delta Air Lines has released a request for proposals for up to 50 widebody aircraft to Airbus and Boeing.

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  • PICTURE: Skymark’s first A380 performs maiden flight

    Skymark Airlines' first Airbus A380 aircraft has performed its maiden flight, after the completion of airframe assembly...

  • Fiji Airways A330 damaged in hard landing

    A Fiji Airways Airbus A330-200 has been removed from service after it experienced a heavy landing at Sydney airport on...

  • Voyager fleet takes the strain for RAF

    ​AirTanker expects the Royal Air Force’s next two Airbus A330 Voyager tanker/transports to be delivered by mid-year,...

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  • AFC to expand lending volume to $4-6 billion

    News | 17 Apr 2014 16:24 | Laura Mueller

    Aviation Finance (AFC) will increase its funding volume for aviation assets to $4-6 billion this year, compared with $1 billion worth of closed transactions in 2013 - the company’s first year of operations, according to its chief.
  • ​Syphax to serve Montreal

    News | 17 Apr 2014 15:27 | Oliver Clark

    Syphax Airlines will offer the only scheduled link between Tunis and a city in North America when it begins services between the Tunisian capital and Montreal on 25 April.
  • Singapore and Turkey boost bilateral

    News | 17 Apr 2014 15:14 | Oliver Clark

    Singapore and Turkey have amended their air services bilateral agreement to increase the number of frequencies allowed between the two countries.
  • Cebu Pacific seeks authority to fly its own metal to the USA

    News | 16 Apr 2014 18:34 | Edward Russell

    ​Cebu Pacific is seeking authority to operate its own aircraft to the USA, following the US Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) upgrade of the Philippines to category one status under its international aviation safety assessment programme.
  • Hawaiian looks for A330 heavy maintenance partner

    News | 15 Apr 2014 20:08 | Kristin Majcher

    ​Hawaiian Airlines will issue a request for proposals to find a maintenance provider for heavy checks on its Airbus A330 aircraft, says Tom Wessner, the airline’s vice-president, strategic procurement on the sidelines of the MRO Americas conference in Phoenix last week.
  • DBJ to add balloons and widen the customer base

    News | 15 Apr 2014 15:31 | Laura Mueller

    The Development Bank of Japan is taking steps to secure the state-owned bank’s position as a long-term aviation financier, by widening its customer base and product offering.