The company is reportedly prepping a freighter version of its A350.
News & Analysis: Airbus
Arianespace promised a reusable rocket in 13 years -- but it's starting out four years late.
The European aircraft manufacturer posted its best monthly order total of 2021 while continuing to deliver jets at a reasonable pace.
The European aerospace giant is getting serious about shrinking the industry's carbon footprint.
Air travel demand remains extremely weak for now. Until that changes, Airbus plans to keep its production plans conservative.
Despite the pandemic's severe impact on air travel, Airbus delivered 566 commercial jets last year and also reeled in hundreds of new orders.
The company did enough to beat out Boeing in 2020.
And the higher the cost goes, the less profitable this rocket becomes.
If it wasn't obvious before, it is now: There's a clear winner in the aircraft manufacturing sector.
Airbus' independent venture investment arm makes a small bet in a crowded field -- and it may not pan out.