Asiana Airlines has selected Pratt & Whitney's PW4000 engines to power its 48 new A330s and B777s.

Boeing plans to increase B737 production levels to 21 aircraft per month from the fourth quarter of 1997.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries has signed an MoU with Rolls- Royce, which envisages the company becoming the first risk and revenue sharing partner for the Trent 900. It will also extend its involvement in the Trent 800 to include thrust growth programmes.

Fokker Services is to provide five-year technical and logistical support for American Airlines' 75 F100s, while Fokker Aerostructures is to supply Boeing with lightweight wing components.

Malev is planning to introduce Sita's Strategy revenue management system and revenue accounting system-cargo in early 1997.

Sabre Europe is to operate the first intra-European Union remote air ticketing service, allowing travel agents to issue tickets direct to clients in another country.

Greenwich Air Services is to support Federal Express' 144 General Electric CF6 engines.



Source: Airline Business