Top News on Boeing 717-200

  • PARIS: Let the battle of the 100-seater aircraft commence

    Bombardier, Embraer and others have a lot riding on there being sustainable demand for new airframes in the 100-seat segment, but big players still doubt the market's viability

  • Other News for Boeing 717-200

  • Hawaiian to launch new regional subsidiary

    Hawaiian Holdings has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to acquire turboprop aircraft from an unnamed supplier as part of...

  • QantasLink Boeing 717 damaged in heavy landing

    investigation Emma Kelly Perth QantasLink 717 damaged in landing The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) is...

  • News Listings for Boeing 717-200

  • Falko acquires first of four 717s from SAS

    News | 06 Mar 2015 15:45 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Falko Regional Aircraft has completed the acquisition of a Boeing 717-200 aircraft to its portfolio.
  • Delta to upgrade wi-fi on domestic aircraft

    News | 25 Feb 2015 16:19 | Edward Russell

    ​Delta Air Lines will upgrade inflight connectivity on its long-haul domestic aircraft to satellite-based wi-fi from 2016.
  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 2-9 February 2015

    News | 09 Feb 2015 10:27 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Chishima Real Estate acquires A320 from FGL Aircraft Ireland
  • ANALYSIS: Capacity tweaks drive US domestic network changes

    News | 28 Aug 2014 14:17 | Edward Russell

    ​Tweaking routes to achieve the most efficient and profitable network is a never-ending task for airlines. Questions like whether or not to fly three-times a day between Chicago and Omaha on a Boeing 737 or six-times a day on a Bombardier CRJ200 are common.
  • IATA: Ohana by Hawaiian performing ‘extremely well’

    News | 01 Jun 2014 10:19 | Edward Russell

    ​Hawaiian Airlines’ new regional subsidiary Ohana by Hawaiian is performing “extremely well”, says chief executive Mark Dunkerley.
  • Ohana bookings positive ahead of launch: Dunkerley

    News | 04 Mar 2014 21:55 | Edward Russell

    ​Forward bookings at Ohana by Hawaiian “look fine” a week before flights begin, says Hawaiian chief executive Mark Dunkerley.