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20 SEP 2018
Support: How Boeing's 737 MAX family is entering the data analytics age

Support: How Boeing's 737 MAX family is entering the data analytics age


Boeing Global Services (BGS) hosted a select group of journalists onboard the first test 737 MAX 7 at Farnborough to present the range of services ... More
19 JUL 2018

Airbus fetes first flight of its new 'whale in the sky'


European aerospace giant Airbus conducted Thursday the first test flight of the giant new Beluga XL, an even bigger version of the company's workhorse transport plane which has been in service since the mid ... More
19 JUL 2018

AirAsia announces $30bn deal for 100 Airbus planes


Malaysian budget airline AirAsia Thursday announced an additional order of 34 Airbus A330neo planes, bringing the total value of its expanded 100-plane order to $30 billion as it sets its sights on European routes.The ... More
16 JUL 2018

Airbus strikes deals in China, India amid Brexit concerns


European aerospace giant Airbus announced deals with Chinese, Indian and Taiwanese airlines on Monday, kicking off the Farnborough airshow in Britain on an upbeat note despite concerns about the effects of Brexit.China's Sichuan Airlines ... More
16 JUL 2018

UK seeks to allay Brexit fears at Farnborough air show


Britain sought to project an image of aerospace prowess long after it leaves the European Union, at the Farnborough airshow on Monday, as Airbus and Boeing announced a raft of deals and issued optimistic ... More
05 JUL 2018
Derek Zimmerman (Gulfstream): We've been working on the arrival of G500 and G600 for several years

Derek Zimmerman (Gulfstream): We've been working on the arrival of G500 and G600 for several years


Le Journal de l'Aviation went to meet Derek Zimmerman, President of Product Support at Gulfstream, during Ebace, the European business aviation show which was held ... More
02 JUL 2018

Airbus sticking to delivery targets despite engine delays


Airbus said Monday it is sticking to its target of 800 aircraft deliveries this year, despite problems with getting timely delivery of new fuel-efficient engines for its A320neo jets. "We're sticking to our ... More
20 JUN 2018
How Thai Airways will Expand Rolls-Royce's Trent Engine Service Network

How Thai Airways will Expand Rolls-Royce's Trent Engine Service Network


The voluntarist strategic policy of the Thai government over the past two years to develop the country's aerospace industry is taking shape. Rolls-Royce and Thai ... More
20 JUN 2018
China embarks on board aircraft recycling

China embarks on board aircraft recycling


China, a green country? After strengthening its commitments under the Paris Accord following the withdrawal of the United States, the country seems to be carrying ... More
20 JUN 2018
The first two A380s will be dismantled

The first two A380s will be dismantled


For the last year now the Dr Peters group has been seeking to give a second life to the A380s which Singapore Airlines has withdrawn ... More
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