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The Irkutsk plant in Siberia expects to reach a production capacity of 72 MC-21s by 2025.
With 50 different new technologies on board, Boeing's ecoDemonstrator is a flying test bed for innovation.
Single-aisle airliners led all segments with orders for 404 units.
France’s Thales Group says all OEMs could benefit from PureFlyt, giving it a chance for adoption on Boeing airliner programs.
The 737 Max 10 is the largest of the Max variants with capacity for up to 230 passengers.
The CEO of the German airline group calls for a rationalization of the debate of air transport’s impact on climate change.
Norwegian Air to unlock partnerships and pursue restructuring, led by newly appointed CEO Jacob Schram.
Airline representative IATA cautions against a Europe-wide SAF blending mandate, arguing it will lead to a distortion of competition.
A UK project is developing a hybrid-electric modification for the Britten-Norman Islander.
Emirates is to take 30 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in place of an equivalent number of 777Xs, but says it will operate both types