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Airbus’ 2013 order book grew by 41 aircraft in February with its A320, A330 and A350 aircraft families, while 45 jetliners were delivered to customers during the month.
Airbus delivered 534 commercial aircraft to 88 customers (10 new) and booked 1,419 net orders in 2011, making it the most successful year in the company’s history, and the 10th in a row with a produ
SEATTLE, Wash. - Boeing booked 805 net commercial airplane orders in 2011, fueled by a late flurry of record-breaking deals.
SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil - Embraer delivered 25 commercial and 23 executive jets in the second quarter of 2011 (2Q11), closing out the first six months of the year with 45 commercial jets and 31 ex
SAS has signed a firm order for 30 A320neo Family aircraft, as part of its strategy to streamline its fleet with more fuel-efficient new aircraft.
LE BOURGET, France - The Boeing Company today announced orders and commitments for 17 747-8 Intercontinentals.
Boeing Co said it gained orders for 10 777s and lost orders for two narrowbody 737s in the week that ended March 1.
World’s largest planemaker, Airbus SAS, may win orders from Chinese airlines before year-end said company's CEO.
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FARNBOROUGH, England — Boeing Co.
American Airlines said Wednesday that it has the the money to take delivery of all 84 of its Boeing 737 orders through 2011.
Following is a summary of firm orders and commitments for planemakers during the first four days of the Paris Air Show.
Airbus SAS and Boeing Co. typically trumpet new jetliner orders at the Paris Air Show. This year it’s hard enough just keeping the ones they already have.
Boeing Co.'s commercial airplane customers in the past week placed 18 new plane orders, but canceled orders for 26 aircraft, including 25 orders for the much-delayed 787 Dreamliner.
China Southern Airlines Co., the nation’s biggest carrier, will save $1 billion this year by delaying deliveries of Airbus SAS A380s and Boeing Co. 787s to pare growth amid the global recession.
US airlines, which have already downsized, may be forced to defer or cancel more aircraft orders if the prolonged recession further erodes travel demand and continues to choke credit markets.
SEATTLE (TVLW) - The Boeing Company today announced that Vietnam Airlines and Vietnam Aircraft Leasing Co. (VALC) have finalized an order for a total of 12 Boeing 787-8s with a list value of approximately US$ 2 billion. Vietnam Airlines will take four of the new airplanes and VALC will purchase the remaining eight Dreamliners, leasing them to Vietnam Airlines.