UPDATE – COMAC reportedly has won orders for 300 C919 aircraft as well as for thirty ARJ21s, the Chinese airframer announced on the first day of the Airshow China, better known as the Zhuhai Airshow. If all orders are new is not known. COMAC C919 wins orders...
UPDATE – Boeing has come out as the ‘winner’ of the 2022 Farnborough Airshow, beating Airbus fair and square on orders by 176 versus 85 with a last day order from Qatar Airways. That the show would end rather subdued wasn’t expected in the weeks and days leading...
Singapore Airshow 2022 might lack the vibes of big order announcements (which are unlikely to happen), but as far as eVTOLs are concerned, the numbers of orders and commitments have been racking up. Day 2 saw commitments for a combined 190 electric Urban Air Mobility...
Etihad Airways is set to become the next customer for the new Airbus A350F. The airline has signed a Letter of Intent for seven aircraft on the second day of the Singapore Airshow. Day 2 Singapore Airshow: Etihad to re-introduce full freighters with A350F LoI. The LoI...
Here are some brief stories coming out of this week’s Singapore Airshow. 16 – Boeing has signed Western Global Airlines for two new 777Fs, it reported on the sidelines of the airshow. The order has been finalized in January and is listed in the backlog as...
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