Airbus Group

Dubai Air show: shift towards smaller aircraft size

25/11/19 -"The Dubai Air Show ended last week, and it was a good vintage for European companies. The main takeaways to report are the progressive shift of airlines towards smaller-sized aircraft, with the ..."

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