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Air Peace in Fleet Overhaul

Nigerian carrier Air Peace has announced an order for 10 Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets. At list prices, the deal is worth around US$1.2bn. Allen Onyema, Chairman and CEO, Air Peace said “We are excited to add the 737 MAX

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Qantas Hints at London Non-stop Ambitions

Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has made the clearest indication yet that the airline is serious about non-stop travel from Sydney to London. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, Joyce said the carrier could place an order for an

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Airliner World: October 2018 Edition Highlights

The October issue of Airliner World is on sale now, featuring: A FREE 24-PAGE Global Airline Guide. In this authoritative pullout supplement, we analyse market trends, airline traffic, alliances, start-ups and failures as well as aircraft orders and deliveries, offering a concise

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Boeing 737 Production Bounces Back

Overcoming its supplier bottlenecks, Boeing delivered 48 narrowbody 737s in August, compared to just 29 deliveries in July – one of the lowest monthly production levels for years. The Chicago-based firm said it was continuing to make “good progress” in

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Norwegian Goes MAX at Gatwick

Norwegian is set to introduce its newest single-aisle aircraft at Gatwick airport this summer on selected short-haul flights within Europe. The carrier became the European launch customer for the 189-seat Boeing 737 MAX in June 2017 and currently has eight

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Milestone for Jeju Air

South Korean low-cost carrier (LCC) Jeju Air has taken delivery of its first direct-order Boeing 737-800. The aircraft, HL8316 (c/n 64177), was handed over on July 23 and is one of three examples ordered by the airline under an almost

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Farnborough Report – Day 3

Traditionally something of a wash up, day 3 of the Farnborough International Airshow has been significantly quieter than the opening instalments as manufacturers work to tie down the final deals of the event. There has, however, been some significant announcements.

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Farnborough Report – Day 2

After a ferocious start to this year’s Farnborough International Airshow, many observers suggested the pace on day 2 would be somewhat slower and so it proved to be the case. But while the orders may not have materialised quite as

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Farnborough Report – Day 1

The 2018 edition of the Farnborough International Airshow got off to a scorching start both literally and metaphorically as aerospace manufacturers from around the globe went to battle under the sun-drenched Hampshire airfield. As temperatures soared, so too did the

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Emirates 777-200LR Reconfiguration

Emirates Engineering has completed the reconfiguration of a second Boeing 777-200LR at its facilities in Dubai. The conversion of the aircraft from a three- to a two-class cabin was completed in just 35 days, 20 days quicker than the first

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