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AEPP show organizers expect the number of visitors to double for the 2017 event.
Two years after it merged with Northwest Airlines, Delta deferred the earlier order to 2020 and beyond.
The Dubai-based carrier will now take six of the superjumbos in 2018 and six in 2019, postponing the schedule by a year.
A number of projects came to fruition in 2016.
The US Air Force retired the classic jet with the final flight of a QF-4 that was serving as an unmanned aerial target.
Increased maximum takeoff weight helps extend range by 50 percent
Agreement excludes tentative order for A380s
Production of the DA62 and DA40 models to move from Austria to Canada, and there may be fresh investment in the D-Jet program.
Miami-based Aeronautical Engineers Inc., expects to covert 100 CRJ passenger jets to the freighter version over the life of the program.
First of its Pratt-powered Airbus narrowbodies now scheduled to enter service in next year’s fourth quarter