The delivery of three Boeing MAX 8s to Iraqi Airways on Friday confirms that the airline is slowly but progressively renewing its fleet. The carrier has now inducted eight new-generation airliners in the past sixteen months, including the MAX and the Airbus A220-300,...
Boeing received preliminary orders from two Saudi Arabian airlines for a combined 121 Dreamliners on March 14, making it a Super Tuesday for the US airframer. Reports of the imminent orders emerged in the past few days, although a widebody order has been expected...
Taiwan’s EVA Air has ordered five additional Boeing 787-9s for delivery in 2025 through 2027. The airline placed a direct order with Boeing as it seeks to expand its fleet for future growth, it said on March 13. The airline intends to operate the Dreamliners on...
UPDATE – The Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund (PIF) has officially announced it will launch a second national airline, Riyadh Air. The carrier will be chaired by former Etihad Airways CEO Tony Douglas and has ambitious growth plans with a fleet that includes...
Lufthansa will add the Airbus A350-1000 to its fleet, having ordered ten of them as part of a follow-on widebody order for 22 aircraft. The airline’s Supervisory Board today approved the purchase of the stretched A350, together with five more A350-900s, and seven...
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