All Orders & Deliveries news – Page 23

  • cathay-pacific A350

    Cathay Pacific in talks to defer aircraft deliveries


    Cathay Pacific is in talks with Boeing and Airbus over possible deferral of aircraft deliveries this year, as the coronavirus outbreak leaves an impact on its fiscal performance. At a briefing after Cathay released its annual results for 2019, chief operations and services delivery officer Greg Hughes confirmed that discussions ...

  • American 789

    American Airlines to lease 22 787-8s from BOC Aviation


    American Airlines has agreed to lease 22 Boeing 787-8s from BOC Aviation, the lessor discloses in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange. The aircraft, which are on long-term leases, will deliver in 2020 and 2021. Boeing Capital Corporation (BCC) was originally going to buy the aircraft and lease ...

  • Turkish line-up

    Turkish Airlines still facing bottleneck for single-aisle deliveries


    Turkish Airlines is expecting to have 26 Airbus A321neos in its fleet by the end of this year, rather than the 30 it had listed in its previous update. The company has outlined its fleet development schedule in a full-year results briefing. While 13 A321neos were supposed to be delivered ...

  • Flybe-Dash-8-c-Shutterstock

    What Flybe’s demise means for the Dash 8


    Flybe’s collapse is a serious blow for De Havilland Canada’s Dash 8-400 programme as the UK regional carrier was the turboprop’s largest operator.

  • Aeroflot Airbus A350-900

    Airbus delivers 55 jets in February but orders stay flat


    Airbus delivered 55 aircraft last month but, after starting the year with a surge of orders, recorded no new activity during February. Net orders stayed at 274 aircraft. Airbus handed over nine A350s, comprising seven -900s and two -1000s, to customers in the course of the month, as well as ...

  • Vistara787

    Vistara receives first Boeing 787


    India’s Vistara has taken delivery of the first widebody aircraft in its fleet, a Boeing 787-9. The GEnx-1B powered aircraft, registered VT-TSD, is the first of six 787s that Vistara has on order. Vistara takes first Boeing 787-9 The carrier, a joint venture ...

  • Net orders, deliveries, in-service fleet and order backlog

    Airbus wins all of January’s new airliner orders


    Airbus made a strong start to 2020, accounting for all of the new commercial aircraft orders recorded during January. Boeing secured no fresh business, highlighting the continuation of its struggle with returning the grounded 737 Max to operational use.

  • First A350-900 Aeroflot - delivery ceremony

    Aeroflot takes first A350 and confirmed as behind previously undisclosed order


    Aeroflot has taken delivery of the first of 22 on-order Airbus A350-900s, which will be used to replace its A330 fleet.


    SAS edges towards regional fleet renewal with Danish crew deal


    Scandinavia’s SAS has outlined the preconditions for placing an order to renew the mid-sized fleet of single-aisle jets serving its regional network. It says that some 20% of its network uses Airbus A319s and Boeing 737-700s and that using aircraft of the appropriate size is important for both financial and ...

  • ANA GEnx-1B 787-9

    Sojitz unit Atlantis revealed as 'undisclosed' 787-9 buyer


    A special purpose company of Japan’s Sojitz Corporation, Atlantis Aviation Corporation, has been revealed as the party behind three Boeing 787-9 orders that were previously attributed to an undisclosed customer. Boeing made the disclosure following a query from FlightGlobal regarding a 26 February announcement from All Nippon Airways (ANA). ...

  • Ariana Afgan

    ​Ariana Afghan Airlines seeking to buy six aircraft


    Afghanistan’s Ariana Afghan Airlines is the market to buy six aircraft. A tender document published on the airline’s website shows it is looking for two Airbus A330-200s, two Boeing 767-300ERs and two De Havilland Canada Q300s. The closing date for bids is 26 February 2020. The airline says in the ...

  • Belavia Embraer E-Jet

    Belavia steps up to E2 under new lease deal


    Belarussian operator Belavia has signed for three of the re-engined Embraer 195-E2 regional jet, expanding its operations with the E-Jet family. Belavia is to take the first of the three Pratt & Whitney PW1900G-powered aircraft in December this year. The airline has reached the lease agreement with AerCap, the lessor ...

  • Aeroflot 777-300ER

    Aeroflot A350s and 777s spearhead three-year expansion


    Aeroflot Group is nearing delivery of its first Airbus A350-900, a central part of the Russian operator’s fleet modernisation and international expansion strategy for the next three years. It will receive its first 316-seat Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-powered A350 at the end of this month, gradually using the twinjet type to ...

  • Bamboo 787

    Vietnam's Bamboo in talks for up to a dozen 777Xs


    Vietnamese start-up Bamboo Airways is in talks with Boeing to order as many as 12 777X twinjets. The deal, which would be valued at up to $5 billion at list prices, could be finalised in the second quarter, the airline confirms. “We are now discussing with Boeing,” Bamboo tells Cirium. ...

  • Tarom ATR 72-600

    Tarom starts turboprop upgrade with first new ATR 72-600


    Romanian flag-carrier Tarom has started taking delivery of a batch of ATR 72-600s it is receiving under a lease agreement with Nordic Aviation Capital. The operator disclosed last year that it was introducing nine of the turboprop type to modernise its fleet. Tarom has unveiled a revised colour scheme for ...

  • Green Africa A220

    Irish division of GTLK to lease A220s to Green Africa


    Nigerian start-up carrier Green Africa Airways has agreed to lease three Airbus A220s from Irish-based lessor GTLK Europe. The airline says the pact will enable it to “set course” to open commercial services this year. GTLK Europe is based in Dublin, and is affiliated with the Russian state leasing company ...

  • SIA A350-900ULR

    Asia-Pacific sees subdued deliveries in January


    Asia-Pacific carriers took 21 of the 55 commercial aircraft delivered globally in the first month of of the new decade, followed by European carriers with 17 deliveries and North American carriers with just 10. While January is particularly weak for deliveries after airframers’ traditional push in December, global deliveries for ...

  • American Airlines Airbus A321neo

    Tariff hike only deepens US airlines’ misery: Airbus


    Airbus has criticised the US government’s decision to increase tariffs on imported aircraft, claiming it simply exacerbates problems for the country’s own airlines. The US Trade Representative decision – which hikes tariffs from the previous 10% to a level of 15% – is a consequence of the long-running transatlantic subsidies ...

  • EgyptAir A320neo line-up

    EgyptAir receives first A320neo


    EgyptAir has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo, the initial aircraft in a batch of 15 being acquired by the Middle Eastern flag-carrier. Airbus has confirmed the handover of the twinjet, powered by CFM International Leap-1A engines. Source: Airbus Three EgyptAir A320neos – SU-GFK, SU-GFJ and SU-GFL ...

  • Faury

    World gradually shifting to resist corrupt practices: Airbus chief


    Airbus chief Guillaume Faury believes there is an increasing global resistance to corrupt practices from which the airframer is set to benefit in its efforts to combat risks of non-compliance. The company is recovering from a hefty €3.6 billion penalty imposed through a deferred prosecution agreement to settle allegations of ...