Chinese carrier Xiamen Airlines will renew and grow its fleet with forty Airbus A320neo family aircraft. The order is significant in that Xiamen has been a Boeing-only operator so far and has orders for the MAX 8. The news was announced on September 22 by its parent...
One of the favorite phrases among disc jockeys at radio stations in the 1960s was “the hits just keep on coming” as they played song after song. That same phrase could be applied to Boeing in 2022, which has experienced a rash of issues negatively impacting company...
Major state-owned Chinese carriers Air China, China Eastern Airlines, and China Southern Airlines all posted losses during the third quarter ended on 30 September, with the impact of COVID-19 taking a toll for the period when the summer travel season is traditionally...
Using data from our Chinese partners, VariFlight, we can share updates on the Chinese air travel market. We have three charts to share with you. In the first chart, you see how the pandemic was a shock to China’s airlines – as it was globally. ...
Airbus has amended its contracts with France and Spain on loans it has received for launching and developing the A350, the airframer announced on July 24. With these amendments, Airbus claims to have fully complied with the requirements set out in the May 2018 ruling...
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