UPDATED – Air India has signed Letters of Intent with Boeing and Airbus to acquire 470 aircraft, including 400 narrowbodies and 70 widebody aircraft from the two global manufacturers. This is the largest aircraft order placed by an Indian carrier. The order...
Mario Asselin is an industry veteran. In one of his many achievements, Mario was part of the Bombardier team that certified the Global 7500. He led the team that brought the Global 8000 to supersonic speed in May 2021. You can read more about Asselin, Inc. here. ...
Air New Zealand has expanded its search for the best sustainable aircraft for its regional operations by announcing new long-term partnership agreements with ATR, Embraer, Heart Aerospace, and Universal Hydrogen. While keeping all options open, the partnerships should...
The market recovery continues apace. The chart shows we just had the best January since the pandemic. As several sources have mentioned, the supply chain remains the Achilles’ Heel. What was delivered then? As the chart for January 2023 on the right...
The regional Mexican startup Aerus and Eviation Aircraft, a manufacturer of all-electric aircraft, announced they had signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for 30 commuter Alice aircraft. This is Mexico’s first airline to sign a deal for electric planes. Mexican regional...
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