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2013 Emirates commercial order spree was ‘once in a lifetime’ says Boeing.
European airframer’s order book jammed with more than 1,200 aircraft backlogged in the region
Environmental benefit proven in principle but difficult to estimate over a life cycle.
Comments on the proposal are due February 5.
Rolls-Royce has achieved the first test flight with its 97,000-pound thrust Trent XWB-97 turbofan.
The pressurized glider made its first flight in September and is to harness an upward wind that was still unknown 25 years ago.
Iran aircraft orders are likely to be held back by a stagnant economy despite lifting of sanctions.
Massive back orders on seats are greatly reduced, but deliveries still lag, leading customers to grow impatient
Engineering firm to honor flight-hour services deal with Vistara
The new ultra-long range version of the A350XWB will be able to fly non-stop for up to 19 hours.