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27 January
Aircraft lessors have been growing fast in Asia, but few are likely to pose a major challenge to Western domination of the sector.
23 January
​This could be a pivotal year for the four-nation Eurofighter programme, as partner companies Airbus Defence & Space, Alenia Aermacchi and BAE Systems...
14 January
When Emirates last summer towed one of its Airbus A380s into its Dubai MRO facility for a 3C-check – an overhaul scheduled after six years of operatio...
02 December
​The perennial issue of illegal or grey charter continues to infuriate established commercial operators around the Middle East.
01 December
The Middle East – replete with a never ending supply of very wealthy individuals and thriving corporations – has provided a dependable and consistent ...
25 November
​When the sole airworthy HESA IrAn-140 turboprop crashed on takeoff from Tehran in August, Iran’s hopes of becoming an aerospace-manufacturing natio...
17 October
“You complete me,” declared Jerry Maguire to his Dorothy in the schmaltzy 1996 movie named after him. Eighteen years later, one trusts their happy rel...
16 October
The past six years have brought mixed fortunes for business aircraft manufacturers.  How are each of the sectors faring and what new models is this in...
10 October
Less than a month after returning to Philippines Airlines (PAL) as its general manager, former president Jaime Bautista has come out to say that the c...
17 September
Qantas’s major A$2.8 ­billion ($2.6 billion) net loss for the 2014 fiscal year is the price it has paid for holding to a strategy that, arguably, has ...
29 August
​The US air cargo market continues to show signs of a turnaround, with US carriers reporting notable cargo volume gains in recent months and executive...
27 August
Joanna Lu, Hong Kong-based analyst from Flightglobal consultancy Ascend, considers the changing market dynamics driving the extra capacity in the Asia...
22 August
When the A380 entered service in the final quarter of 2007, there were a lot of question marks over how the aircraft would be financed.
22 August
There are many fronts in the commercial war between the big two airframers. In one crucial skirmish – size of global single-aisle in-service fleet – t...
05 August
Gulfstream has strengthened its dominance of the coveted ultra-long range business jet sector with the launch in May of its G650ER.
30 July
Whether it be to break into new markets or for wider strategic reasons, there have been a glut of partnerships among Asia-Pacific carriers. But experi...
29 July
​The ever-popular transatlantic market is booming again this year, with industry capacity up more than 8% for the summer IATA season.
23 July
​In the Middle East carriers lifted revenues to $53 million. At almost 10% it is the highest rate of revenue growth of any of the regions in this year...
17 July
Despite collective order commitments of over 1,000 during the show, and more than 200 option commitments, total business announced during Farnborough ...
16 July
Qatar Airways decided to double its commitment for the Boeing 777-9X because it has an expanded requirement for the big twinjet for its leasing arm.
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27 January
​Emirates and Etihad Airways have suspended services to Baghdad after an arriving Flydubai Boeing 737-800 reportedly sustained damage after being ...
16 January
With the big two manufacturers having released their orders and deliveries figures this week, these are their 13 top-selling narrowbody and widebody t...
13 January
​Al Jaber Aviation's (AJA) high-end air taxi service, Sky Limo will launch operations on 15 January when its sole aircraft - a Hawker 800XP - makes ...
15 December
​How elastic is an airline brand? Two of the big three Gulf airlines have built on their reputations for innovative customer service with VIP charter ...
09 December
Emirates says it will decide in 2015 whether to expand its Emirates Executive offering with further aircraft, one year after launching the high-end ch...
08 December
​Honeywell believes the Middle East still represents a region of opportunity, despite its own forecast predicting a near-term slowdown in sales of new...
08 December
​Jet management and charter firm ExecuJet enters the MEBA show hoping that it will shortly get the green light for construction of a new bespoke facil...
08 December
Falcon Aviation Services broke ground today on the Middle East’s first VIP aircraft completion centre, which it expects to be open for business in 201...
08 December
​With the first flight of its new light single-engined 505 Jet Ranger X under its belt, Bell Helicopter arrives at MEBA confident it can add to the ba...
08 December
Middle East Business Aviation takes off today with a record number of exhibitors – 422 compared with 385 two years ago – and in its permanent new home...
07 December
​GainJet, the Athens, Greece-based charter specialist, arrives at MEBA riding high on the back of a recent delivery of a brand-new Gulfstream G650.
07 December
​Jet Aviation is already in discussions with both Dubai airports in preparation for an eventual transition of its operations to the Dubai World Centra...
07 December
For the first time, all three of the Gulf’s big airlines are exhibiting at MEBA as they increasingly expand their brands into the top end of premium t...
07 December
US FBO operator XJet is taking its membership model to the Gulf with two new facilities due to open next year – one in Saudi Arabia’s oil capital Damm...
05 December
Swiss aircraft services provider Vertis Aviation and German charter operator K5 Aviation have launched a new international aircraft brokerage at MEBA ...
02 December
​In the dusty expanse of what may one day be the world’s biggest aviation gateway, the fixed base operation of DC Aviation Al-Futtaim stands in vi...
26 November
Piaggio Aerospace is planning to launch an interior retrofit package for P180 Avanti II early next year to give a new lease of life to the twin-engine...
20 November
​Gulf airlines have upped their attack on European countries who allegedy restrict access to their main airports to featherbed national carriers.
17 October
The USA’s, and the world’s, biggest business aviation convention – NBAA – starts in Orlando on 21 October. The event is all about business aircraft as...
10 October
At 06:26 local time on 1 October, the first Airbus A380 to serve the world’s longest scheduled air route – Dallas Fort Worth to Sydney – touched down ...
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