Lufthansa will add the Airbus A350-1000 to its fleet, having ordered ten of them as part of a follow-on widebody order for 22 aircraft. The airline’s Supervisory Board today approved the purchase of the stretched A350, together with five more A350-900s, and seven...
Factory-delivered Airbus A350-900s will be the first aircraft in the Lufthansa fleet to receive the new Allegris First Class Suites in 2024. Next will be the 777-9s that the German airline hopes to receive in 2025, while the in-service 747-8Is will be retrofitted....
Emirates is investing $135 million in a new training facility that will accommodate six Full Flight Simulator Bays (FFSB) for the Boeing 777X and Airbus A350-900s it has on order. The new complex, which is adjacent to the existing training facilities should open in a...
Air France-KLM has placed an order for four Airbus A350Fs for its Dutch cargo subsidiaries Martinair and KLM Cargo. The aircraft will replace four aging Boeing 747-400Fs in the second half of 2026, the airline announced. Replacement of the 747s has been expected for...
Iberia finally has been able to unveil its new Business Class and other cabin upgrades on the Airbus A350 to the media. The event this Thursday week had to be postponed several times after seat supplier Recaro ran into supply chain problems, forcing the airline to fly...
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