Air Canada announced the selection of Pratt & Whitney GTF engines to power 30 firm and 14 purchase right Airbus A321XLR aircraft. This has been a much-anticpated competition. Pratt & Whitney will also provide Air Canada with engine maintenance through an...
Here’s the updated model. MAX action continues to sparkle, with several parked aircraft being delivered MAX orders are lighting up again, too, although Boeing 130 aircraft to the ‘uncertain’ category of its backlog No 787 orders and deliveries...
Here’s the updated model. Remember to optimize viewing by using the double-headed arrow at the bottom right of the image. It’s been a while, A320neo orders are higher than A321neo again A321neo deliveries are far ahead of A320neo deliveries though For the...
In one of our regular monthly chats with Indian aviation law firm, Sarin & Co. we review a potential Air India widebody order, discuss interest in the A321neo (in light of some coming up from Alaska), and then we got into a deep discussion about India and Russia. ...
Here’s the updated model. A pretty good month, considering A321neo keeps moving ahead of the A320neo – significant MoM implications A220 winning more business Asia-Pacific remains a stronghold Two Russian deliveries in February won’t make their first...
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