Months earlier than anticipated by Michael O’Leary himself, Ryanair has agreed with Boeing on an order for 150 MAX 10s plus 150 options. In March, the Group CEO of the Irish low-cost airline said that he anticipated discussions to take six months or up to a year, but...
Boeing’s President and CEO David Calhoun is positive about the position of the MAX in China, now that the Chinese regulatory agency CAAC is no longer objecting to Boeing the deliver new airplanes to Chinese customers. During today’s Q1 earnings call, Calhoun did...
In one of the worst-kept secrets of aviation, Austrian Airlines has finally confirmed that it will induct the Boeing 787 into its fleet. The airline will take delivery of the first 787-9 in time for the 2024 summer schedule and receive another nine through 2028, it...
Iberia finally has been able to unveil its new Business Class and other cabin upgrades on the Airbus A350 to the media. The event this Thursday week had to be postponed several times after seat supplier Recaro ran into supply chain problems, forcing the airline to fly...
It was a ceremony that was supposed to have happened exactly twelve months ago, but today, COMAC finally delivered the first C919 to China Eastern Airlines. It marks a new chapter in the history of Chinese aviation, which will be closely followed by Western OEMs....
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