U.S.-American aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced, that Korean Start-Up carrier Air Premia has committed to buy five 787-9 Dreamliner.
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has announced that, together with company Ufes, first autonomous aircraft tests have been performed in Brazil.
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Star Alliance, member carrier Air China and Beijing Capital International Airport have agreed to closely cooperate to further establish Beijing Capital International Airport as a leading hub and transfer airport as well as to significantly enhance the future customer experience.
Airbus has announced that its CEO Tom Enders seeks no further mandate beyond April 2019 while COO Fabrice Bregier is set to leave in February 2018.
Delta Air Lines and Airbus have announced a firm order for 100 Airbus A321Neo ACF aircraft plus 100 additional options. Deliveries will begin in 2020. All aircraft will be delivered until 2023.
Leonardo has signed a contract with the Italian Government for eight AW139 helicopters. Two AW139s are for the Coast Guard and six for the Customs and Border Protection Service.
French airline Aigle Azur has announced to start long-haul operations in 2018. Today, the airline ordered two Airbus A330-200 aircraft.
Over the course of Lufthansa´s planned acquisition of parts of the Air Berlin group, the airline has now made further concessions to the European Commission (EC). Lufthansa will not further pursue the takeover of Niki.
Christmas holidays are probably the busiest time to travel by airplane. Passengers around the world did not expect to meet Santa Claus during their travel. Several airlines launched marketing campaigns for the Christmas season and surprised their passengers.
British low cost carrier Easyjet has received European Commission approval for its recent agreement to acquire part of Air Berlin’s operations at Berlin Tegel Airport
Qatar Airways has reconfirmed and upsized the original order of 50 A320Neo aircraft to 50 A321Neo ACF. The firm order is valued $6,35 billion at list prices.