'It’s a bit sexist to have a men-only toilet, though,' admitted Airbus CEO Tom Williams
Exclusive: Chief executives of pro-Remain companies claim anti-EU camp is attempting to ‘deliberately mislead’ voters by using their logos on a taxpayer funded leaflet making the case for Brexit
Airbus have said the new layout could provide airlines with an additional £16m in revenue each year
Debris spotted in sea confirmed as 'not belonging to an aircraft' as Egyptian president calls for ‘intensified search’
There were believed to be 56 passengers, seven crew and three security staff on board
Airbus profit hit in 'challenging year'; Samsung’s sales have the edge on Apple
Airbus employs 15,000 people in the UK
The man who pays his way
The new patent would be of particular help to disabled passengers
Q: I’m interested in the Airbus A380. Why do you think that no US airlines have ordered the “superjumbo”, and what is its long-term future?
There are plans to build 600 jets over the next 20 years at a cost of $110 million each
The PM is to get an official plane – just what he needs the week before a spending review. But compared to political peers abroad, his wings are clipped, says Simon Calder
The European commercial aircraft manufacturer opens its first plant in the US
Investigators have been unable to trace or established what the ‘bright silver rugby ball shaped’ object, which came within feet of the cockpit, was
A 49-year-old man will appear in court today charged over an alleged bomb threat hoax that led to an aircraft being diverted.
EADS, the aircraft manufacturer which last year was forced to scrap a merger with British defence giant BAE Systems, is cutting 5,800 jobs as it attempts to cope with governments slashing spending.