Airbus offers two Narrow-body aircraft types: the newly acquired A220 Family (formerly the C-Series under Bombardier) and one of the best selling Aircraft Family of its class: the A320 Family. The A320 Family consists of the A318, A319, A320 and A321.
For Aircraft that can fly farther and longer, Airbus has the A330 Family, A350 Family and the iconic A380 Family. Each have their own characteristics and are suitable for 'Cross-the-pond' Flights.
Since the early 2000's the Airbus Beluga Family has been an undisputed success in the logistics of transferring Aircraft Parts to the Final Assembly Lines in Toulouse, France (TLS) and Hamburg, Germany (XFW). To meet the Production Increase over the coming years the BelugaXL will help by carrying twice the load on a single Flight.
There is a extensive Production List that helps one to give you an idea what to expect in the next few months in the Airbus Final Assmrbly Lines.
Airbus also assembles Aircraft for Military and Humanitarian purposes.
Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ)
Airbus Corporate Jets, a business unit of Airbus, markets and completes corporate jet variants from the parent's airliner range.
Older Aircraft Family
The following are Aircraft Families not anymore Produced and Marketed by Airbus. They are featured in this Project for reference and all have their own sections in this Project.
Airbus E-Fan X
The Airbu E-Fan X is a Hybrid electric aircraft demonstrator being developed by a partnership of Airbus, Rolls-Royce and Siemens<./p>