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Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced that it will purchase up to 50 more A350 XWB aircraft. The agreement covers a firm order for 30 more A350-900s plus options for a further 20 aircraft.
CHICAGO, Ill. – United Airlines today announced an agreement to add 30 to the United Express fleet.
Turkish Airlines, the largest airline in Turkey, has signed a contract for up to 117 A320 Family aircraft (25 A321ceo, 4 A320neo, 53 A321neo and options for 35 additional A321neo aircraft).
ZURICH, Switzerland - Boeing, the Lufthansa Group and Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) announced a commitment today for six 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes.
MOSCOW, Russia - Boeing and Aviation Capital Services LLC, a subsidiary of the State Corporation Russian Technologies (Rostech) announced today a commitment by Rostech to purchase 35 737 MAX airplanes
SAO PAULO, Brazil - Boeing and GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes announced today GOL's purchase of 60 737 MAX airplanes.
MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Boeing announced today a commitment by Aeromexico to purchase up to 100 single- and twin-aisle airplanes – a combination of 737 MAXs and 787 Dreamliners – in an agreement tha
Garuda Indonesia, announced that it will acquire up to 18 Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen aircraft to boost its domestic and regional operations.
DUBAI, UAE - Emirates airline has hired three Dubai banks to arrange a 1.9-billion dirhams ($517.3 million) Islamic loan facility to finance three aircraft, the chief executive of one of the banks con
Details have emerged about the potential cost of Kenya Airways’ drive to become the number one airline of choice in Africa, connecting the continent’s various destinations via their Nairobi hub.
American Airlines is looking to make a big purchase and upgrade its fleet. The carrier is in talks with Airbus and Boeing to order at least 250 aircraft, worth about $15 billion.
The Trinidad and Tobago government has given the greenlight for Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) to spend US$200 million on purchasing nine aircraft from the French manufacturer ATR, ending weeks of d
Manila, Philippines - Budget airline Air Philippines will buy six new Bombardier Dash aircraft for $120 million as part of a fleet upgrade, a report said Monday. The domestic carrier owned by local magnate Lucio Tan, who also controls international carrier Philippine Airlines, will purchase the 76-seater 8-Q400 aircraft from Toronto-based Bombardier Aerospace, the Philippine Star said.