Boeing’s largest (and perhaps final) iteration of the MAX family took to the skies last week. With a seating capacity of up to 230, the MAX10 has more capacity than the 707 with which it shares a fuselage and history. The MAX10 will have the shortest range of the...
In December 2017 Delta ordered 100 A321neo aircraft. The order news from Delta, at that time, stated “Delta Air Lines and Airbus have agreed to terms for a 100 firm and 100 option order for state-of-the-art Airbus 321neo”. Note the two linked sources here...
International Airlines Group (“IAG”) has signed a letter of intent to purchase 200 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for its airlines, which include British Airways, Iberia, Vueling, and Level. The order is a boost to the 737 MAX program that is current grounded following two...
News With the crush of headlines about Boeing’s 1st quarter earnings, there has been little publicity about Garuda’s cancelled order for 737MAX8, which will be replaced with an order for the 737MAX10 and 787s. While details have not been fully disclosed, the Garuda...
Dutch low-cost airline Transavia and its French sister Transavia France, both 100% daughters of Air France/KLM, are poised to decide mid-year on fleet renewal plans. If KLM has made up its mind too, this could include a 100+ aircraft order to be announced at June’s...
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