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Canadian government to seize stranded An-124

The Government of Canada has announced its plans to seize a Russian-registered Antonov An-124 that’s been grounded at Toronto Pearson International Airport since the beginning of the war in Ukraine.

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Everything you need to know about the Airbus A350

Ten years after the Airbus A350 made its first flight, Mark Broadbent considers the type’s first decade as well as its future

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Converting Airbus airliners for 'space flight'

Mark Ayton outlines the Zero-G programme operated by Novespace from Bordeaux airport in France.

The Ultimate Airline Logo Quiz (Part Four)

This week on Key Aero, we’re celebrating all things Airbus. So as your quiz this week, we thought we’d continue with the logos that you’ve all been enjoying of late – but they’re all of an Airbus-operator nature. Can you name all the airlines?

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Airbus A350 – what it’s like to fly the next-generation widebody

Aviation News speaks to David Ward, an Airbus A350-900 pilot flying for Delta Air Lines

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How Korean Air achieved widebody comfort in the narrowbody A321neo

The Seoul-based operator is the latest to bring widebody comfort to narrowbody flights. Gordon Smith joined the carrier on board its brand new Airbus A321neo to put it to the test

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What has made the A330 Airbus' most successful widebody

In the February 2015 issue of Aviation News, Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren charted the rise of the Airbus A330, from A300 replacement to the modern day neo

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Behind the scenes of A321XLR certification

Airbus has plenty of experience when it comes to testing and approving new aircraft types, but that doesn’t make the process any less complex. Airliner World’s Craig West goes behind the scenes of the manufacturer’s A321XLR certification campaign to find out more

Boeing lands brand-new Dreamliner customer

American manufacturer Boeing has secured a new airline customer for its 787 Dreamliner.

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SWISS: an operator’s perspective on the A220 and A320neo Family

As launch customer for the A220 and now with a burgeoning fleet of A320neo Family aircraft, Swiss International Air Lines is well placed to provide an operator’s perspective on Airbus’s latest generation narrowbodies. Airliner World’s Craig West spoke with short-haul fleet chief Daniel Rodmanis to get the carrier’s take on these aircraft