African carrier Air Algérie is set to award contracts for fifteen new aircraft to Airbus and Boeing as part of its fleet renewal plan. This also includes the lease of ten more aircraft from lessors. Air Algérie issued the provisional awarding on its LinkedIn page,...
Air France-KLM has placed an order for four Airbus A350Fs for its Dutch cargo subsidiaries Martinair and KLM Cargo. The aircraft will replace four aging Boeing 747-400Fs in the second half of 2026, the airline announced. Replacement of the 747s has been expected for...
After a long and careful thought, De Havilland Canada has selected a site near Calgary for its new facilities. Called De Havilland Field, the facilities will consist not only of aircraft manufacturing and assembly halls, repair centers, training facilities, and...
UPDATE – Taiwan’s China Airlines has selected the Boeing 787-9 as the replacement for its aging Airbus A330-300 fleet. The carrier has placed a firm order for sixteen Dreamliners with Boeing plus eight options, it said on August 30 in a stock exchange filing....
American Airlines has placed an order with Boom Supersonic for twenty Overture supersonic transport (SST) aircraft, with an option on another forty. The carrier has also paid a non-refundable deposit on the first twenty aircraft, the two companies announced on August...
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