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...
Air India has signed leases and letters of intent for 25 Airbus narrowbody and five Boeing widebody aircraft to augment its existing fleet in the near term. The airline, which is now owned by Tata Sons, will be inducting new aircraft after only limited fleet renewal...
In Boeing’s overview of 787 customers, there are 69 different airlines and lessors. It features many prominent names, but one has been missing. Until now, that is. With the delivery of its first 787-9 on August 29, Lufthansa has become the 70th Dreamliner customer and...
UPDATE August 16 – German leisure airline Condor has announced an order for 41 Airbus A320neo family aircraft on July 25. The order comes just days after the Farnborough Airshow, from which Airbus returned home with three orders for ‘just’ 85 aircraft. The...
Singapore-based lessor BOC Aviation has secured long-term delivery slots with Airbus by ordering A320neo family aircraft that will be delivered between 2027 and 2029. With the A320neo family sold out until 2027, BOC has at least safeguarded delivery positions for its...
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