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Company sees a demand for 2,250 units in the 70- to 90-seat segment and 4,100 in the 90- to 130-seat category.
Will address the issue of whether airlines should revise their training standards and operating procedures in the light of recent accidents.
GE Aviation and Lufthansa Technik are cooperating to boost support for GEnx-2B and GE9X turbofans.
UK manufacturer continues to work toward the new –TEN version of the Trent 1000, which it hopes will be first to power the Boeing 787-10.
Japan Air Commuter and Binter were among the first of ATR’s new customers to be announced at this year’s Paris show.
The Indonesian carrier committed to buying a mix of 787s, 737s and A350XWBs.
A new passenger/freight combination version of the ATR72-600 is due to enter service at the end of 2015.
Russian leasing group IFC wants to stand by CSeries orders and also is committed to Superjet, the MC-21 and the MA-700.
Talks with Airbus and Boeing over production increases continue