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Should Airbus and Boeing put upgraded engines on their single-aisle airliners while waiting for the crop of next-gen turbofans with their promise of much b
Forget the two-and-a-half years of delays and the speculation about it not making it to Farnborough International Airshow.
People generally leave major international airshows exhausted after a week spent traipsing around vast sites trying to get an unrealistic amount of work do
French operator Air Austral and Gulf carrier Qatar Airways are among several airlines revealed this week as previously unidentified Boeing customers.
<strong>Michelin Inks 425-Aircraft Tire Deal</strong><br />Tire manufacturer Michelin has signed two 10-year contracts with Air France and KLM to provide t
The big financial freeze that has gripped much of the aerospace industry since around the time of the last Farnborough airshow in 2008 is starting to thaw.
<strong>Royal Air Maroc Picks Snecma for CFM56-7 Mx </strong><br />Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has chosen Snecma to maintain the CFM56-7B engines that power its
Qantas has placed a firm order with Bombardier for seven Q400 NextGen turboprop airliners in a deal valued at $218 million based on list prices for the air
The Engine Alliance GP7200 engine is in the middle of a weight-reduction program that may further help sales as the General Electric-Pratt & Whitney jo
First came the Middle East carriers on Monday, then yesterday it was the turn of Asian and Latin American airlines to keep the Farnborough airshow cash reg