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Boeing Sets New Record

Boeing is in a celebratory mood after delivering more commercial aircraft during 2017 than any other manufacturer. The record total of 763 aircraft means it has beaten its European rival for the sixth consecutive year.  The company says the milestone

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Malaysia Airlines Signs MOU for Dreamliners

Malaysia Airlines has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for eight Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners as well as eight additional  737 MAX 8 purchase rights.  The deal was announced during Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s visit to the US. The oneworld

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Russia Reconsiders Import Duties

Russia has outlined plans to remove tax breaks on imported commercial airliners.  Under current arrangements, Western-built aircraft carrying between 50 and 300 passengers and weighing between 20 and 90 tonnes, are exempt from import taxes.  This includes popular types such

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Rwanda and Benin Join Forces

RwandAir has been granted seventh freedom rights by the Government of Benin, allowing it to operate direct flights from the West African nation to other countries.  As a result, RwandAir will station two Boeing 737s in Cotonou, Benin. Additionally, the

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Boeing Launches 737 MAX 10

Boeing kicked off the 2017 Paris Air Show in style with the launch of the much-anticipated 737 MAX 10. The aircraft, the newest member of the MAX family, is pitched directly against the long-range Airbus A321LR and features a 66in

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MIAT at the MAX

MIAT Mongolian Airlines has confirmed plans to lease two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from Avolon.  The Ulaanbaatar-based carrier intends to introduce the aircraft in early 2019, using them on its existing routes to South Korea, China, Japan, Russia and Germany

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Poland Selects 737s

The Government of Poland has placed an order for two Boeing 737 BBJ 2s and a single 737-800.  The jets will be used to transport the president and top government officials. The deal was concluded at a signing ceremony held

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Boeing 737 MAX 9 Debut

Boeing unveiled the newest member of its 737 Family when it rolled out the maiden MAX 9 at Renton, Washington State, on March 7.  The CFM LEAP-1B-powered aircraft will now undergo system checks, fuelling and engine runs prior to beginning

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Lufthansa Says Auf Wiedersehen to the 737

Lufthansa ended its 48-year association with the Boeing 737 when it retired its remaining fleet on October 31. The honour of the final flight fell to 737-300 D-ABEC (c/n 25149), which operated a special service from Frankfurt to Hamburg where

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Germania Expansion

Independent carrier Germania has opened its new base in Nuremberg. The airline is permanently stationing an Airbus A319 at the airport, its thirteenth base, offering flights to Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife and Madeira during the 2016/17 winter season. It

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