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The effort by UK low-fare regional Flybe and Finnair to break through European structural barriers to consolidation took the form of an agreement last mont
It seemed to take an order of epic magnitude, but Boeing finally appears ready to launch a re-engined version of the 737NG.
BAE Systems completed its $187 million <a href="news/single-news-page/article/bae-systems-to-sell-regional-fleet-and-asset-management-business-29940/">sale
All Nippon Airways (ANA) said today it expects to take delivery of the first production Boeing 787 in September, roughly a month before a planned, inaugura
Boeing delivered the first 737NG powered by CFM56-7BE turbofans–a 737-800–to China Southern Airlines at Boeing Field in Seattle last week.
American Airlines signed a pair of “landmark agreements” to place orders for 460 narrowbody jets from Boeing and Airbus, the airline announced today.
The flurry of new airliner orders in the first half of 2011, coupled with rising demand from other industries, has proved to be a boon to aluminum supplier
Boeing’s 787 service-readiness validation in Japan has drawn to a close, following nearly a week of flying and ground exercises at five airports.
The effort by UK low-fare regional airline Flybe and flagcarrier Finnair to break through European structural barriers to consolidation took shape last wee