Daily Wire: Aviation News

Boeing has completed the delivery of a 787-9 to Juneyao Airlines. The delivery marks the first aircraft of the type to be added to the carrier’s fleet and represents the first widebody commercial jet to be employed by a private airline in China. The airline’s fleet before the recent delivery included only Airbus aircraft operating […]

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Singapore Airlines has officially released a report on its operational performance for the ninth month of 2018, showing stability on the market. During September 2018, the passengers carried by SIA Group’s airlines rose by 7.7% in comparison to the same period last year, growing at a speed faster than capacity, which increased by 4.2%. The […]

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GOL, the largest aircraft operator in Brazil, has announced its intentions of making fleet amendments to renew and improve its aircraft by ordering 135 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The aircraft are planned to be received by 2028, with the order including 105 Boeing 737 MAX 8s and 30 Boeing 737 MAX 10s. GOL is already […]

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Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) and Belavia Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement, allowing the companies to partner on the Minsk-Baku route from the end of October 2018. Under the agreement, the two airlines will work together on developing the route and making it more accessible to more passengers. Belavia Airlines will be responsible for executing the […]

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Featured Insight

PDF Download Demand Increasing at Slot-Coordinated UK Airports Anne Correa, mba’s Director of Airline & Airport Services, explores how slot-coordinated airports in the United Kingdom manage their coveted assets and what airlines are willing to do to gain access. Landing and departure slots are some of the most important assets in the aviation industry. When […]

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REDBOOK Insight: 2018 Farnborough Airshow Results

August 3, 2018 | Category: mba Insight

Analyzing the 2018 Farnborough Airshow 2018 Farnborough Airshow The 2018 Farnborough Airshow generated impressive results for the commercial sector as both major manufacturers Boeing and Airbus announced a healthy number of new orders and commitments. At the end of the week, Boeing has a slight edge over Airbus with a total of 673 orders and […]

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787 Trent 1000 Groundings to Increase With the summer holidays approaching, airline customers of Rolls-Royce’s Trent 1000 engines have expressed their concern with the downing of the 787 aircraft, and now are requesting lease agreements for other aircraft to fill in their gaps. These requests are effectively putting additional pressure onto Rolls-Royce to speed up […]

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