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  • United converts 10 787 orders to 777-300ER

    United Airlines has converted 10 firm orders for the Boeing 787 to the 777-300ER.

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  • Big Twin families: Who are the Top 10 Boeing 777 operators?

    ​As Boeing lines up some short-term 777 sales incentives in a bid to keep the assembly line running at full rate...

  • Emirates 'confident' that subsidy claims unfounded

    ​Emirates Airline president Tim Clark is "confident" that allegations of the airline being subsidised are unfounded, as...

  • American weighs economics of 100-seat aircraft

    Seat economics will dictate the future of 100-seat aircraft in American Airlines' fleet.

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  • ANALYSIS: MRJ and E2 face contract hurdles​ at US majors

    News | 27 Apr 2015 20:51 | Edward Russell

    ​Recent vintage Bombardier CRJ900s and Embraer 175s dot the ramp at Ronald Reagan Washington National airport these days, the fruit of the on-going refleeting of US regional fleets.
  • ANALYSIS: China carriers look beyond Middle Kingdom

    News | 24 Apr 2015 00:05 | Mavis Toh

    Chinese carriers will operate 7,356 weekly international flights in summer 2015, a 39.2% increase from the previous corresponding period.
  • ANALYSIS: United brings back domestic widebodies amid fleet shift

    News | 23 Apr 2015 21:33 | Edward Russell

    ​Widebody aircraft flew domestically for United Airlines for years, with Boeing 777-200s frequently plying the skies between its hubs in the naughts and McDonnell Douglas DC-10s in prior decades.
  • United converts 10 787 orders to 777-300ER

    News | 23 Apr 2015 13:01 | Edward Russell

    United Airlines has converted 10 firm orders for the Boeing 787 to the 777-300ER.
  • ANALYSIS: International growth focused on largest US markets

    News | 14 Apr 2015 13:02 | Edward Russell

    ​Much has been made about the new generation of widebody aircraft opening up new international gateways in cities like Austin, San Diego and San Jose, with routes to faraway cities like London and Tokyo.
  • US government to review Gulf subsidy claims

    News | 10 Apr 2015 23:52 | Ghim-Lay Yeo

    ​The US government says it will review claims by three US airlines that their state-owned Gulf rivals received more than $40 billion in alleged subsidies, after intense lobbying from the US carriers.