It’s not just Etihad to reveal the latest Business Class suites in Dubai. flydubai also unveiled its new premium product during Arabian Travel Market today. The airline is to join the select but growing number of carriers that offers Business suites on single-aisle...
African carrier Air Algérie is set to award contracts for fifteen new aircraft to Airbus and Boeing as part of its fleet renewal plan. This also includes the lease of ten more aircraft from lessors. Air Algérie issued the provisional awarding on its LinkedIn page,...
Boeing started March with a couple of orders, which saw the MAX backlog grow by seventeen aircraft and that of the 787 potentially by five. The orders were announced from Greater Bay Airlines and Luxair. Greater Bay Airlines has ordered fifteen MAX 9s and signed a...
The Boeing MAX 7 and MAX 10 can be certified next year without the need to install a crew alerting system. In the early hours of December 20, US Congress leaders supported an amendment that exempts the two MAX types from 2020 legislation to have additional safety...
Our analysis last Friday generated more attention than we expected. Not all of it was positive, but that’s how it goes. However a follow on issue has been percolating – if we argue that Airbus is being given a monopoly in the single-aisle MoM segment, can...
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