All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the third airline to confirm an order for Boeing’s new full-freighter, the 777-8F. But like launch customer Qatar Airways, the Japanese have swapped orders for the 777-9 for the freighter version. ANA also confirmed an order for...
Etihad Airways is making another step towards more sustainable operations but executing some thirty flights this week to reduce carbon emissions and contrail formation. The flights are the latest initiative in its quest to become ‘greener’, which it started with the...
Air New Zealand expects to launch an equity capital raise by the end of March or early April as part of its steps to recapitalize its balance sheet. The airline is suffering from the ongoing travel restrictions on its international network, which resulted in a $376...
Boeing outperformed Airbus on orders in 2021, reporting net sales of 535 aircraft compared to 507 for its European competitor. With almost no deliveries of the 787, it was already clear Boeing would lose out on deliveries. The US airframer said on January 11 that it...
In a deal that looks like one from the old days of multi-billion dollar orders when there were airshows, Saudi Arabian Airlines Corporation (Saudia) has signed a $ 3.0 billion financing agreement for the purchase of 73 new aircraft. The agreement, hailed as the...
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