Boeing has provided various updates on different occasions on the 777X program at Dubai Airshow. The main message the airframer wanted to share was that the type is on schedule for certification and entry into service in late 2023, but that’s not the full picture. A...
Boeing expects only 191 of the 309 777X currently listed as “unfilled orders” to be actually firm orders. In its revised order book status, the US airframer has taken out 118 aircraft, it said in an SEC filing on February 1. The filing details more about the program...
Emirates is set to announce a revision of its Boeing 777X order as it prefers to have more 787-9s over 777-9s. In an interview with Arabian Business on August 21, Chief Operating Officer Adel Al Redha confirmed that the composition of the revised order has been...
Boeing gave itself a psychological boost on January 25 when the 777-9 completed what seems to have been a trouble-free first flight. It is the start of a rigorous test flight program that is expected to take 16 months until certification and first delivery, which by...
So Qantas has made up its mind: it has selected the Airbus A350-1000 as the preferred aircraft to operate the ultra-long services from ‘Down Under’ to the US and Europe over Boeing’s offering, the 777X. What has made the difference? Of course, we don’t have access to...
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