Japan is to see a second operator of the Boeing MAX. After All Nippon Airways, it is now Skymark Airlines that plans to introduce up to twelve MAX 8s and -10s to the fleet. Boeing wins new Japanese MAX customer with Skymark. The airline has four aircraft on direct...
International Airlines Group (IAG) shareholders have approved previously announced aircraft orders with Airbus and Boeing. These are all narrowbody aircraft purchased for growth and fleet renewal of its airlines. But what is the ratio of this order? Why IAG splits its...
Alaska Airlines has placed its biggest-ever aircraft order, exercising options for 52 Boeing MAX aircraft. Of these, 42 will be MAX 10s and the remaining ten are MAX 9s, Alaska and Boeing announced on October 26. Alaska Airlines grows Boeing MAX fleet by 52. The...
UPDATE Oct 4 – The Boeing MAX 7 risks not being certified this year, because Boeing has submitted documents to the FAA that are wholly inadequate. This scoop by The Seattle Times on September 29 causes astonishment and surprise. Or maybe not, because with the...
Airbus has canceled all remaining orders from Qatar Airways from its backlog by deleting nineteen A350-1000s from the order book. The move was first reported by Reuters in August but confirmed today when Airbus released its orders and deliveries tables for August....
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