Cessna officially launched the Citation Ascend at EBACE today, the business aviation exhibition in Geneva. With it comes the new Pratt & Whitney PW545D engine, which has better fuel consumption, more power, and greater durability thanks to a number of...
Hawaiian Airlines has released pictures of the cabin of its new Boeing 787-9. Eye-catcher is the 34 Leihoku suites, inspired by traditional Hawaiian themes. The airline placed an order for ten Dreamliners at the 2018 Farnborough Airshow plus ten options. It converted...
It’s not just happy faces Down Under at Air New Zealand, but at Qantas too. The Australian carrier also returned to profitability in HY1 of FY23, reporting an underlying profit before tax of $1.428 billion versus a $-1.277 billion loss in the same period of FY22. CEO...
Archer Aviation has unveiled the production version of its eVTOL vehicle, which it hopes to get certified in the second half of 2024 and enter service in 2025. The Midnight is the successor of the Maker demonstrator that has been used for testing. Archer unveils...
Lufthansa has released the first pictures of its new premium cabin products that will be introduced on its Boeing 787-9s, Airbus A350s, 777-9s, and as a retrofit on the 747-8 as well. The new suites and seats are part of a $2.5 billion investment until 2025 in cabins...
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