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Lower weight, higher efficiency and ease of maintenance promise make cargo loading less of a headache
Okay Airways has ordered twelve 737s, the first 737 Max 9 order by a Chinese airline. It remains subject to approval of the Chinese government.
The French equipment manufacturer now has an “innovation hub” in Singapore.
Avation is set to take its ATR 72 fleet to 35 of the twin turboprop regional airliners, with deliveries scheduled through 2018.
Singapore Airlines is to take the first “Enhanced Performance” Trent XWBs for its A350XWBs.
U.S.-based Aerolease Aviation ordered 10 MRJ90s.
Despite deep market penetration that the world’s commercial aircraft manufacturers have already achieved in Asia
Competition from other airshows will mean Singapore steps up a gear for the 2016 event at Changi.
Singapore transport minister warns of deteriorating economic conditions
UK-based Thomas Cook Airlines’ Boeing 767 fleet will now receive maintenance from Boeing Shanghai.