United Airlines is fully committed to Boeing for its long-term widebody and narrowbody fleet requirements by confirming a bumper order for 100 Dreamliners and 100 MAX. The 787 order that was announced today is the largest widebody aircraft order by a US airline and...
Spanish airline Binter Canarias has confirmed it is the airline behind the undisclosed order for five Embraer E195-E2s that was announced earlier this week. Binter Canarias already operates five E195-E2s since taking delivery of the fifth in June 2021. The order was...
Boeing has finalized another order for the 777-8F freighter. It has confirmed an order from Silk Way West Airlines for two aircraft plus two options for delivery in 2029 and 2030. Silk Way West first airline to order both the 777-8F and A350F. The order was previously...
Alaska Airlines has placed its biggest-ever aircraft order, exercising options for 52 Boeing MAX aircraft. Of these, 42 will be MAX 10s and the remaining ten are MAX 9s, Alaska and Boeing announced on October 26. Alaska Airlines grows Boeing MAX fleet by 52. The...
While there are clear indications that the air freight market is cooling down from record levels in 2020-2021, this doesn’t seem to have an impact on the market for full freighters. After Wednesday’s firm order from Cargolux for ten Boeing 777-8Fs, today lessor AerCap...
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