A few months after announcing its merger with the Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier, Airbus welcomed the Prime Minister of Quebec, Philippe Couillard.
France enters the list of the most beautiful sites in the world to watch the skies, with the majestic Pic du Midi in 6th place.
Two years after Manchester, Toulouse has been selected to host the 8th edition of ESOF (EuroScience Open Forum), making the pink city the European City of Science in July 2018.
Toulouse-based aircraft manufacturer Airbus is one step closer to building the “more electric aircraft” to develop a hybrid-powered aircraft named E-Fan X.
The Toulouse platform handled 1.1 million more passengers than in 2016, a record increase making it the number 3 regional airport.
2017 is on track to be a record-breaking year for the Toulouse airport.
Toulouse is expanding its hotel capacity to meet rising demand.
Latécoère, now one of the major players in global aerospace, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
The winter programme on offer at the Toulouse airport is perfectly in tune with the rest of the year - incredibly positive
With 3 million visitors, Manatour, a company created in 1990, is one of the French leaders in “industrial tourism”.