On the second day of the Singapore Airshow, more orders continue to pour in. Today, Singapore Airlines (SIA) finalised the purchase agreement for seven A350F freighter aircraft. The order was signed at the Singapore Airshow by SIA CEO Goh Choong Phong, and Airbus...
Only three days after winning the launch order from Air Lease Corporation at the Dubai Airshow, Airbus has announced another customer for the A350 Freighter. French shipping and logistics company CMA CGM Group has signed a binding Memorandum of Understanding for four...
UPDATE – Lessor Air Lease Corporation (ALC) is the launch customer for the Airbus A350 Freighter. Executive Chairman Steve Udvar-Hazy and CEO John Plueger announced the order for seven aircraft during a press conference on Monday at the Dubai Airshow, calling in...
UPDATE – From this Sunday until coming Thursday, the international aerospace and aviation scene gathers again for the biggest international airshow in 21 months: Dubai Airshow. AirInsight will be there to cover the event for you, but what to expect from Dubai...
Boeing and Airbus have (re)started their battle on the next segment of the aircraft market: that of the new generation of big full-freighters. Airbus confirmed last week it is in discussions with numerous potential customers on the A350 Freighter and so now has...
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