Next week the UK is expecting a heatwave. That’s despite the airshow. After so many canceled shows this is going to be something the industry is looking forward to – heatwave or not. While we expect the usual show orders (calling Mr. Akbar), it is...
With both major European air shows canceled after the onset of the global pandemic, Farnborough’s expectations for 2022 are challenging to predict. Nonetheless, we will provide our views on what to expect at the show. We’re not expecting any earth-shattering...
Airbus wrapped up the 2019 Paris Air Show on June 20 with announcements for in total 363 new airliners, including 149 firm new orders and 214 MoU’s, LoI’s or purchase rights in some way or another. This positions the 2019 event in between Paris 2017 with 346 orders...
Beaten by Boeing this time: that sums up 2018 for Airbus, who released its commercial results on January 9 – one day after Boeing. The European OEM delivered a record 800 airliners, up from 718 in 2017 but lower than Boeing’s 806. It sold 747 aircraft, down from an...
A little known airline today announced an order for 17 A350s (12 A35K and five A350-900). Taiwan-based Starlux is an airline startup. The A350s come after an earlier order for 10 A321neos set for delivery in 2019. The airline plans to start service in 2020. This...
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