Qatar Airways will confirm the Memorandum of Understanding with Boeing for the 25 MAX 10s on firm order plus 25 options, CEO Akbar Al Baker told AirInsight in Doha on the sidelines of the IATA Annual General Meeting on June 21. Al Baker: “Qatar will confirm MoU...
At the Dubai Airshow 2021, Indian startup carrier Akasa Air, founded by aviation veteran Vinay Dube and backed by Indian investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, placed its first aircraft order for 72 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 8-200 Aircraft. The airline intends to launch operations...
Production hick-ups on the MAX assembly line due to supply chain issues are also affecting Spirit AeroSystems’ deliveries to Boeing. As part shortages result in production disruptions in Renton, Spirit’s inventory of MAX fuselages is stacking up. But it isn’t too...
Almost two years after canceling a huge order for 92 aircraft, Norwegian Air has recommitted itself to the Boeing MAX 8 again. The carrier said on May 30 that it has in principle agreed to order fifty aircraft plus options for thirty. The agreement is expected to be...
After two years, eleven months, and one day, International Airlines Group (IAG) finally confirmed its intention to buy the Boeing MAX. The airline group said on May 19 that it will purchase 25 MAX 8200s and 25 MAX 10s, plus 100 options. IAG finally confirms MAX deal...
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