BOEING HAS launched the latest member of the 737 MAX Family; the 737 MAX 200, following a 100 aircraft commitment from Irish carrier Ryanair.
BOMBARDIER COMMERCIAL Aircraft announced the CSeries jet returned to the air on September 7, three months after the company grounded the type.
UNITED AIRLINES has taken delivery of its initial Boeing 787-9, N38950 (c/n 36402), to become the first carrier in North America to operate both the 787-8 and the 787-9 variants of the Dreamliner family.
THE AIRPORTS Commission, led by Sir Howard Davies, announced on September 2 it would not add the inner Thames Estuary airport proposal - dubbed ‘Boris Island’ - to its shortlist of options for providing new capacity in the South East of England by 2030.
Air traffic controllers at Gatwick Airport have notched up their busiest 24 hours to break their own world record with 906 arrivals and departures from a single runway.
CONSTRUCTION WORK has started on the second phase of the passenger terminal at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport to significantly increase its capacity and enhance service levels for customers.
ALITALIA AND Etihad Airways signed a transaction implementation agreement on August 8 that will result in the struggling Italian national carrier receiving €1.76 billion to help reinvigorate it as a competitive and sustainably profitable business.
INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES Group (IAG) has announced it is converting eight Airbus A350-900 options into firm orders, as well as securing an additional eight A330-200s for Iberia operations.
AS EUROPEAN launch customer of the Airbus A350 XWB, Finnair has completed the cabin design of its new flagship long-haul product, which is due to enter service in 2015.
EMIRATES AIRLINE has signed a firm order for 150 Boeing 777Xs valued at $56 billion at current list prices.
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