Air Lease Corporation has committed to order an additional 5 787-9 models from Boeing, which will bring its total Dreamliner fleet to 61 aircraft. “Demand for reliable, versatile, and fuel-efficient airplanes is at an all-time high,” said Steven...
Korean Air announced plans to order 10 787-9 and 10 787-10 aircraft from Boeing at the Paris Air show, and will lease an additional 10 787-10 aircraft from AirLease corporation. This represents 20 new orders for Boeing, valued at $6.3 billion at current list prices....
At the A350-1000 delivery today in Toulouse, Airbus has made it clear they are not focusing on a further stretch. “For the time being, there are no plans. We don’t see the need,” Marisa Lucas-Ugena, head of A350 XWB Marketing, told Reuters in Toulouse. A further...
Emirates, as is customary, places orders and makes headlines at the Dubai Air Show. This year is no exception, as the carrier has ordered 40 Boeing 787-10s, and is demanding a production guarantee for the next decade from Airbus prior to ordering additional A380s....
The last day of the first quarter brought three first flights of new aircraft – the Boeing 787-10, the Airbus A319neo, and the Antonov An-132D. The Boeing 787-10 successfully completed its maiden flight today in Charleston, South Carolina. Boeing provided a...
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