Only weeks after announcing an order for twelve Airbus A320neos and A321neos, Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) has also made a final decision on its widebody fleet renewal. The airline confirmed its Memorandum of Understanding for the Boeing 787-8 signed at last year’s...
AerCap is encouraged by the uptick in air travel in China in recent weeks but is less positive about how Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer continue to underperform on aircraft deliveries. CEO Aengus Kelly shared this twisted outlook for 2023 in today’s 2022 earnings call....
ZeroAvia has successfully performed the first flight of its Dornier Do-228 test aircraft, with one engine powered by an electric motor using electricity from the hydrogen fuel cell system. The flight took place out of Cotswold Airport in Gloucestershire earlier this...
Oman’s low-cost carrier SalamAir has signed a firm order with Embraer for six E195-E2, with options for a further six aircraft. The aircraft will be delivered from the end of 2023 in a dual-class configuration with 135 seats. The order, which was announced at...
Vertical Aerospace says it completed the first hover flight of its VX4 eVTOL vehicle over the past weekend. This is the first step of the full flight test program that should lead toward certification in 2025. Vertical Aerospace VX-4 makes its first...
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