Austrian Airlines will introduce the first Boeing 787-9 into the fleet next year and intends to eventually grow the number to ten Dreamliners, the carrier said in April. But it still needs confirmation of what the long-term future of these aircraft will be and if they...
During its Annual General Meeting in Istanbul, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) unveiled a series of roadmaps that should provide that step-by-step detail of all critical actions and dependencies that are required if aviation wants to achieve net...
Thai Airways is in discussions with Airbus and Boeing about a widebody order for up to thirty aircraft. CEO Chai Eamsiri told Bloomberg on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Istanbul on Sunday. Also on the airline’s shopping list is a number of additional Airbus...
Within five weeks of announcing its intention to sign orders for new aircraft, Air Algérie has actually completed both transactions with Boeing and Airbus. The Algerian carrier will renew and expand the fleet with fifteen aircraft on direct order from the OEMs. Air...
A tweet from a start-up airline caused some stir on social media on May 29: UK’s Global Airlines has acquired its first second-hand Airbus A380 from lessor Doric Aviation. It plans to launch Transatlantic services in 2024 with a fleet of four A380s, with the intention...
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