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24 APR 2018

Ryanair exercises option for 25 more Boeing 737 planes


Irish budget airline Ryanair has agreed to buy 25 fuel-efficient Boeing 737 passenger planes, exercising part of an option agreed more than three years ago, the pair announced Tuesday.The 737 MAX 200 aircraft, worth ... More
21 APR 2018

FAA orders emergency jet engine inspections after US plane failure


The Federal Aviation Administration ordered emergency inspections Friday of jet engines like the one that ruptured during a recent Southwest Airlines flight, leaving a passenger dead."Fan blade failure due to cracking, if not addressed, ... More
11 APR 2018
Jacques Chauvet, SVP Worldwide Customer Service:

Jacques Chauvet, SVP Worldwide Customer Service: "The exchanges between Dassault and the MRO world are a very important element"


As it does every spring, Dassault Aviation is organising its series of Falcon Maintenance & Operations seminars. This year, the eight-date tour opened in Paris ... More
11 APR 2018

Airbus to offer sleeping berths down in cargo hold


Soon when you fly in an Airbus jet and you fancy a bit of shut-eye, all you will need do is make your way down to the cargo hold.European aircraft giant Airbus announced on ... More
26 MAR 2018

Canada declares truce after Boeing says will not appeal trade ruling


The government of Canada on Friday declared an end to its feud with Boeing after the US aircraft maker dropped its trade complaint against Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier.Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said in a ... More
14 FEB 2018
Transatlantic test for Airbus low-cost airliner

Transatlantic test for Airbus low-cost airliner


The long-range version of Airbus's updated single-aisle aircraft took off Tuesday on a flight from Paris to New York in what could be a ... More
12 FEB 2018
Investigators hunt for clues over Russian passenger plane crash

Investigators hunt for clues over Russian passenger plane crash


Investigators will examine Monday numerous possible causes of one of Russia's worst ever aviation accidents that saw a passenger plane carrying 71 people crash ... More
12 FEB 2018

French PM oversees major Airbus deal signed in Dubai


French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Sunday hailed the signing in Dubai of a $16 billion purchase by Emirates Airlines of the Airbus A380 superjumbo commercial airliner."This is obviously excellent news for the French ... More
07 FEB 2018

China's COMAC to deliver first plane in 2021


China's state-owned plane-maker said Tuesday it expects to deliver its first home-grown passenger jet to a customer in 2021 as the world's second largest economy seeks to challenge the dominance of Boeing and Airbus.The ... More
07 FEB 2018

Boeing, Embraer near deal on commercial air business: source


US aerospace giant Boeing and Brazil's Embraer are close to an agreement to combine their commercial air operations into a new company, a person familiar with the talks told AFP Tuesday.The deal is designed ... More
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