The number of airlines that have embraced the Airbus A220 in Africa is growing. On December 28, Air Senegal became the fourth operator of the type in the continent after taking delivery of its first of eight A220-300s it has on order. The aircraft got a special...
After a quiet start with only news about passenger to freighter conversions, Boeing finally announced orders for new aircraft on the third day of Dubai Airshow. However, to none of the two occasions, media was invited. Day 3 Dubai Airshow: Boeing finally gets some new...
Day 3 of the Dubai Air Show has seen more multi-million dollar deals, but not all have been inked and await further confirmation at a later date. Following an order from SunExpress on Day 2, Boeing continued its renewed interest in the MAX with a Letter of Intent from...
Here’s what the news means: Note the new name – the Q is gone. It’s back to the classic De Havilland “Dash”. It is great to see the brand’s origins continue to emerge. De Havilland Canada is moving deeper into Africa. The OEM has...
News out this morning says a South African court ordered the release of an Air Tanzania A220 that had been impounded in Johannesburg. Here we see the aircraft on its way back home. The aircraft took off some two hours ago as of this writing. The flight home was...
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