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  • BOC Aviation orders 80 Boeing 737s

    BOC Aviation has placed an order for 80 Boeing 737s, which includes its first order for the re-engined Max variant.

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  • Qantas ‘looking forward’ to firming 787-9 options

    ​Qantas could soon exercise options for some Boeing 787-9s for delivery from 2017 if its international business...

  • SIA confirms A380s to Auckland from October

    ​Singapore Airlines (SIA) will upgauge seven weekly services from Singapore to Auckland from 27 October with Airbus...

  • Cathay buys into US biofuels developer

    ​Cathay Pacific Airways has announced that it will invest in US based alternative fuels developer Fulcrum BioEnergy.

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  • Virgin Australia to unveil new premium product within weeks

    News | 29 Aug 2014 08:33 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Virgin Australia will announce in coming weeks more details about a new business class product that it plans to roll out.
  • MAS to slash staff, network under Khanzanah plan

    News | 29 Aug 2014 08:18 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will cut 30% of its staff and refocus its network under plans put forward by Malaysia’s state-owned investment fund Khazanah Nasional.
  • Tigerair Australia targets profitability in FY2017

    News | 29 Aug 2014 03:42 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Virgin Australia is confident that its budget affiliate, Tigerair Australia, will return to profitability in the 2017 fiscal year.
  • Virgin Australia in no rush to order 787 or A350

    News | 29 Aug 2014 03:07 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Virgin Australia is no closer to ordering Airbus A350s or Boeing 787s to replace its widebody fleet.
  • Virgin Australia accelerates Max delivery, cuts two A330s

    News | 29 Aug 2014 02:58 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Virgin Australia will accelerate the delivery of its first Boeing 737-8 Max to 2018, and will withdraw two Airbus A330-200s from its fleet in September.
  • Velocity stake sale to fast-track growth: Borghetti

    News | 29 Aug 2014 02:56 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Virgin Australian chief John Borghetti says that the sale of a 35% stake in its Velocity Frequent Flyer business to a private equity firm will held accelerate the growth of that business.