Demand for nearly 10,000 new aircraft, including over 3,800 widebodies
Asia-Pacific airlines will lead global demand for larger and more eco-efficient aircraft types over the next 20 years, according to the latest market forecast for the region… Continue reading
ATR and the flag carrier Malaysia Airlines today signed a purchase agreement for 20 firm ATR 72-600s, plus options for 16 additional aircraft. The deal is valued at over US$ 840 million, including options. The signature of this new contract… Continue reading
Feb. 7, 2013 – Sim-Industries, a Lockheed Martin company, has opened its first South American flight training facility in Brazil. The Sim-Industries Brasil São Paulo Training Center provides academic and simulator instruction for pilots flying commercial passenger and cargo jets.… Continue reading
In a new milestone assisted by the Airbus ProSky company Quovadis, Colorado-based Frontier Airlines has been cleared to use highly-efficient RNP-AR 0.3 (Required Navigation Performance – Authorisation Required) operations for public procedures in the United States.
These advanced RNP-AR methods… Continue reading
Repeat order great vote of confidence in A330s efficiency and reliability
Turkish Airlines has signed a firm order for two additional A330-300 passenger aircraft and three options as part of the carrier’s continued growth plans. The additional… Continue reading
Will fly three Q400 aircraft in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
Bombardier Aerospace today welcomed Yakutia Airlines to the growing family of Bombardier Q400 aircraft operators. Yakutia Airlines, a domestic passenger carrier based in the northeast region… Continue reading
The Sukhoi Superjet 100, with a manufacture serial number 95020, arrived to its base airport in Yakutsk in the North-East of Russia… Continue reading
United Airlines has introduced onboard satellite-based Wi-Fi internet connectivity on the first of its international widebody aircraft, becoming the first U.S.-based international carrier to offer customers the ability to stay connected while traveling on long-haul overseas routes.
The aircraft, a… Continue reading
Airlines in Asia, Europe and Africa on Wednesday said they stood by their Dreamliner orders, expressing confidence in Boeing’s latest plane after it was grounded by Japan’s two biggest carriers for safety checks.
The precautionary move in Japan came… Continue reading
Japan’s two biggest airlines Wednesday took half the global 787 Dreamliner fleet out of service on safety grounds after an emergency landing by an ANA flight brought new trouble for Boeing’s cutting-edge plane.
But carriers including All Nippon Airways… Continue reading