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Airbus forecasts India will need 2000 Airplanes in the next 18 years
India will require around 2000 new airplanes in the next 18 years, according to an analysis published by Airbus. This means 4 times more than its current total. Among these, around 1440 will be new aircraft while 440 aircraft will replace the retiring fleet. The Managing Director and President of...
The grounding of the 737 Max has led to increased demands for older jets!
The worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft has led to airlines moving towards older jets to meet growing demands. With the grounding of the aircraft, leasing firms have seen an increased demand for older 737 planes. Phil Seymour the CEO of a London-based aerospace consulting firm IBA,...
The Airbus, on-demand helicopter service, Voom has made massive gains ever since they launched commercial operations in Sao Paulo. There has been consistent growth over the last year in the sales and deliveries of light and medium twins with three H135 light twins delivered to the Brazilian Navy. Along...
Etihad Airways Has Begun Boeing 787-9 Operations To Lagos
Etihad Airways has now introduced Boeing 787-9 operations to Nigeria’s biggest city, Lagos (LOS). In July 2012, Etihad Airways had begun services to the city. This route to Lagos has been proved to be very successful for the airline.After its inaugural flight from Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways, Boeing 787-9...
With 18 aircrafts grounded and 92 undeliverable orders, Norwegian Air is strongly feeling the impact of the Boeing 737 MAX crisis. The Norwegian Air Shuttle said that Boeing will have to pay for it and that they would be reimbursed for the losses they are currently facing.Norwegian Air has...
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Ed Bastian the CEO of Delta said “Honestly, it's somewhat unthinkable what’s happened, and I think … we’ve been traumatized as an industry, we’re still wrapping our minds around what happened." This indicates that Bastian does claim that the Boeing 737 MAX 8 scandal was unthinkable for the aviation industry,...