Friday, March 10, 2006

Airbus stops the industry's first wide bodied aircrafts

The Airbus company has announced that it is going to stop the production of the A300/A310 airliners from july of the next year.

The company is going through a change and there is high demand for the new airliners from airbus like the A321, A330 and A350.

The A300 was the first wide bodied twin engine ever brought to the airline industry. The A310 followed it with the first two man cockpit in a wide body. These two aircrafts were the boosters for the airbus company.

The employees (150 in number) of the A300/A310 program, who produced one aircraft per month are being shifted to other programs.

Read in the aero news network page link below for more info.

Aero News Network