Boeing demonstrated the 787-8 with a near vertical take-off (Image: UK Aviation Media)
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FIA22: AerCap commits to more Boeing 787 aircraft

Leasing specialist AerCap has committed to a further five Boeing 787 aircraft to add its global fleet. All of the aircraft are Boeing 787-9 variants and comes as AerCap says it “believes in the aircraft.“ “AerCap is the world’s largest 787 customer and we are very pleased to strengthen that [read more]

Airbus A220-300 (Image: UK Aviation Media)
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FIA22: Airbus A220 gets boost from Delta Airlines

Delta Airlines has given European airframer Airbus a boost at the Farnborough Airshow when it firmed up orders for 12 A220-300 aircraft. The commitment brings the total number of A220 aircraft ordered by Delta to 107. Delta will be supplied with Pratt & Whitney powered A220-100 (45) and A220-300 (62). [read more]

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Boeing scores big on Day 1 of FIA 2022

Boeing has scored two large deals on day one of the Farnborough International Airshow with ANA adds Max 8s to its fleet. As reported earlier Delta have the Seattle-based airframer a boost with an order for 130 Max 10s but this was buoyed by the ANA order. The ANA order [read more]

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Delta Air Lines to purchase up to 130 737 Max 10s

Boeing and Delta Air Lines have announced that the carrier is to modernise it’s single-aisle fleet with 100 efficient 737 Max aircraft to meet both demand as well the carrier’s sustainability goals. At the signing ceremony at the Farnborough International Airshow, the companies said Delta is ordering 100 737 Max-10 [read more]


Embraer and Raízen go green with Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Following the Embraer E195-E2’s sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) test flight with one engine running on SAF, the Brazillian manufacturer has signed a Letter of Intent with Brazillian energy company Raízen to further develop the technology. This helps to further advance both companies sustainability commitments as well as benefiting the air [read more]