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The Airbus A220 is a regional jetliner, formerly known as the Bombardier CSeries.
A widebody twinjet airliner produced by Airbus from 1971 until 2007, and the first widebody twinjet to enter service.
A widebody twinjet airliner produced by Airbus from 1982 to 1998 as a smaller derivative of the A300.
The Airbus A320 family is a series of twin-engine, single-aisle passenger jets produced from 1986-present. Different versions can typically carry from 107 to 220 passengers.
A medium- to long-range twin-engine widebody jetliner made by Airbus since 1992.
A long-range four-engine widebody jetliner made by Airbus from 1991 until 2011.
A family of long-range, twin-engine wide-body jet airliners developed by Airbus.
The Airbus A380 is a four-engine, double-deck, wide-body airliner that is currently (mid-2015) the largest production aircraft in the world
For questions on the A300-based Beluga and A330-based Beluga XL, two outsize cargo aircraft primarily used by Airbus to transport pieces of Airbus aircraft.
The airbus-neo (New Engine Option) aircraft are a set of aircraft in development by airbus that is designed to be more efficient.
Aircraft age related topics, including average fleet age
Anything related to the operation of aircraft around carriers: landing, take-off, taxi, storage, etc.
for questions regarding the certification of aircraft. If your question is regarding regulations or a specific country, please add the relevant tag and state so in your question.
Questions about the different choices that aircraft designers (typically aerospace engineers) make in order to create an aircraft.
Development of an aircraft from an On-Paper design to its final stage as a flyable plane is called Aircraft Development.
Generally, aircraft are composed of a number of different materials and devices, including long and short carbon and glass fiber composites, wires, aluminum, titanium and steel alloys, foam, textiles …
A state in which one or more systems on an aircraft have failed, affecting the aircraft as a whole.
For questions seeking to identify an aircraft, e.g. by description or photograph.
Questions about an aircraft's lighting systems or external/internal lights.
All aircraft have specified performance limitations that they cannot (or at least should not) exceed, for altitude, speed, weight etc.
for questions pertaining to the maintenance of aircraft, including owner-performed maintenance and required inspections (annual, 100-hour, etc.)
A company which designs or manufactures aircraft and/or aircraft parts
Questions regarding miscellaneous markings on aircraft, their identification, and the purposes thereof.
For questions about the name and/or number designation of aircraft.
For questions about the processes and procedures used when operating aircraft
Questions about the aspects involved with owning an aircraft.
Aircraft performance covers areas such as the amount of runway required to takeoff or land and how fast an airplane can climb or descend.
Physics as they apply to aircraft. Including aerodynamics, flight dynamics, stability and control, aircraft hydraulic and electric systems, engine thermodynamics.