Air France-KLM has entered exclusive negotiations with CFM on a huge engine order for the 100 Airbus A320neo’s and A321neo’s plus 60 options it wants to buy for KLM, Transavia, and Transavia France. In a media statement released on Monday night in France, the airline...
Here are some brief stories coming out of this week’s Singapore Airshow. 16 – Boeing has signed Western Global Airlines for two new 777Fs, it reported on the sidelines of the airshow. The order has been finalized in January and is listed in the backlog as...
The Zhuhai Airshow in China seems to have mainly generated business for western engine makers. CFM and Pratt & Whitney have announced a few agreements with Chinese airlines or extended contracts with MRO suppliers. Here are some updates, based on what they...
Weak first-quarter results haven’t only left their marks on aircraft manufacturers and airlines but of course on suppliers too. Last week, we heard some updates from various engine manufacturers and component suppliers that provide some perspective on where the...
It’s been a milestone without much fanfare except for a few tweets, but Pratt & Whitney has had something to celebrate recently: on January 25, the Geared Turbofan (GTF) has been in commercial service for five years on the Airbus A320neo. With Lufthansa, to be...
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