The FAA has Boeing given permission to re-start deliveries of the 787 in the coming week, having resolved a potential issue in the forward pressure bulkhead area, The Seattle Times and Reuters report. The issue led to the suspension of Dreamliner deliveries in...
Lufthansa Group signed a firm order for 10 Airbus A350-1000s and 5 Airbus A350-900s. The airline noted: “With this firm order for the latest generation widebody aircraft, the airline will continue its decarbonisation trajectory.” Airbus and Lufthansa...
Boeing has been forced by the FAA to pause deliveries of the 787 again since late January. There seem to be uncertainties over the technical analysis and calculations of the forward pressure bulkhead that need to be clarified first. Boeing pauses 787 deliveries again...
Hawaiian Airlines has amended its delivery schedule for the ten Boeing 787s it has on order while at the same time ordering two more. This brings the backlog to twelve Dreamliners. The airline disclosed the supplemental agreement with Boeing in an SEC filing on...
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...
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