Transport of critical supplies aboard brand new planes are becoming commonplace as Boeing delivers more airliners to the developing world.
The first US city to receive scheduled Boeing 787 service got a sneak peek at the new state-of-the art jet Sunday morning as Boeing’s Dream Tour flew in to Boston.
Throngs of Boeing employees and suppliers gathered in Everett, Wash. on Friday to celebrate the completion of the 1,000th Boeing 777 widebody airliner.
Boeing’s storied 747 program reached a new milestone on Tuesday as the airframer delivered its first 747-8 Intercontinental, the latest and largest passenger version of the iconic airliner.
The fourth segment of Boeing’s 787 Dream Tour will include visits to some of North America’s most important airports.
President Barack Obama toured and spoke at the Boeing factory in Everett, Wash. on Friday before an audience of the airframer’s workers and with three 787 Dreamliners as a backdrop.
Boeing on Tuesday announced that it has finalized a historic deal with Jakarta-based Lion Air to purchase at least 230 aircraft, valued at approximately $22.4 billion based on list prices.
A new forecast released on Wednesday by European aircraft manufacturer Airbus suggests air traffic in Spain will almost double by 2030, requiring Spanish airlines to buy as many as 400 new passenger planes over the next 20 years.
Russia’s AirBridgeCargo Airlines on Thursday took delivery of its first of five Boeing 747-8 Freighters on order.
AviancaTaca on Thursday firmed up a deal for 51 new Airbus jets, marking the largest aircraft order in South American history by number of planes.
Hong Kong Airlines has taken delivery of the first of 30 Airbus A320 family jets, plus an A330-200 containing only 116 premium seats, the manufacturer said on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabian Airlines picked up their first two Boeing 777-300ERs on Monday, only to order eight more of the widebody jets before leaving Seattle.
Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue Airways announced an extensive agreement today which includes codesharing, marketing, reciprocal loyalty rewards and co-location at JFK.
The world tour of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner has added two stops to its itinerary for February: Bangkok and Singapore.
Volaris, the Mexican low cost carrier, has signed a purchase agreement for 44 new A320 narrowbody aircraft from Airbus worth about $3.9 billion, marking the largest order for new planes ever placed by a Mexico-based airline.
KLM will begin receiving Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in 2016 with a new order worth up to $11.4 billion.
December has been a busy month, from Air New Zealand’s new black 777 to ANA’s new 787 routes to Delta adding new BusinessElite seats on its Brazil routes.