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Melbourne-Los Angeles becomes a route where A380s don’t rule

Melbourne-Los Angeles becomes a route where A380s don’t rule

Virgin Australia throws everything at Qantas on the Melbourne-Los Angeles route

Qantas 787 premium Y seats anything but dreamy

Qantas 787 premium Y seats anything but dreamy

How could Qantas get key passenger needs so wrong on its new 787-9s?

Values for used big jets are sick and not just for A380s

Values for used big jets are sick and not just for A380s

Inflicting pain on customers has become an accounting necessity for modern airlines

Airbus: America now a major market for A380 for non US carriers

Airbus: America now a major market for A380 for non US carriers

Airbus CEO Fabrice Brégier, says American carriers are now in a position to decide if they want to participate in growing their international market share following a highly successful period of restructuring their operations and becoming profitable.

Etihad’s A380 debut in Sydney is ‘tiny’ part of grand plan

Etihad’s A380 debut in Sydney is ‘tiny’ part of grand plan

There is far more to Etihad’s ambitions in Australia than the Airbus A380 that upscaled its Sydney-Abu Dhabi services today.

Airbus: No 590 tonne A380 just yet, but there are other changes

Airbus: No 590 tonne A380 just yet, but there are other changes

Airbus says it can add ten percent seating capacity to the current 575 tonne version of the giant A380 even without increasing the number of seats in economy on the main deck from ten to 11 across.

April was a bad month for the Qantas Jetstar fleet

April was a bad month for the Qantas Jetstar fleet

Photos have emerged of a mishap that damaged two Jetstar A320s at its Newcastle maintenance facility on 23 April, during the storm and flooding crisis that crippled much of eastern NSW.

Airbus, Boeing face continued issues with A380s, 737 MAXs

Airbus, Boeing face continued issues with A380s, 737 MAXs

They are very different airliners but they both face important issues that continue to attract analyst and carrier scrutiny. The giant Airbus A380 needs more sales, and the comparatively miniscule Boeing 737 MAX needs, according to a range of reports, a better new tech engine.

Airbus, Boeing adjust strategies for A380, 757 replacements

Airbus, Boeing adjust strategies for A380, 757 replacements

The big two jet makers Airbus and Boeing keep adjusting their course headings when it comes to an an A380 NEO or a replacement for the 757, make that, as of today, a super 757 that isn’t really a 757.

Airbus chief: A350 family will grow, A380 future secure

Airbus chief: A350 family will grow, A380 future secure

The A350WXB family has at least 20 years in which to grow well beyond the current -900 and -1000 models, Airbus president and CEO Fabrice Brégier said today as the first of the all new design wide body jets was handed over to launch customer Qatar Airways.