UPDATE – Taiwan’s China Airlines has selected the Boeing 787-9 as the replacement for its aging Airbus A330-300 fleet. The carrier has placed a firm order for sixteen Dreamliners with Boeing plus eight options, it said on August 30 in a stock exchange filing....
In Boeing’s overview of 787 customers, there are 69 different airlines and lessors. It features many prominent names, but one has been missing. Until now, that is. With the delivery of its first 787-9 on August 29, Lufthansa has become the 70th Dreamliner customer and...
After the fiscal year 2022 with “ongoing twists and turns”, Air New Zealand expects to produce “a significant improvement” of its financial performance in FY23. But this will depend in large part on the impact of jet fuel prices, the risk of a global...
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...
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