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Emirates is to increase the seating capacity on its Boeing 777-200LR fleet, by converting the three-class interior to a two-class cabin.
Resurrected Kuwaiti carrier Wataniya Airways has tentatively signed for 25 Airbus A320neo jets, in a deal reached with its aircraft provider Golden Falcon Aviation.
Middle Eastern budget carrier Air Arabia is to acquire six long-range Airbus A321LRs to modernise its single-aisle fleet.
EgyptAir appears set to disclose a commitment to the Bombardier CSeries twinjet.
Emirates appears to have shrugged off initial concerns over the performance capabilities of the Boeing 787-10 in the hot-weather conditions of Dubai.
FlightGlobal s latest long-term forecast predicts that 43,725 new commercial jet and turboprop aircraft will be delivered globally into passenger and freighter airline service over the next 20 years. Of these, some 3,000 new airliners will be delivered to carriers in the Middle East region.
CAE and the Saudi National Company of Aviation (SNCA) are to partner to create a new training centre in the region.
Emirates is unlikely to conclude an Airbus A380 agreement during the Dubai air show, as the two sides continue a chicken-and-egg wrangle over commitments to the double-deck aircraft's production line.
Canadian leisure carrier Air Transat unveiled a new livery on an Airbus A330-200 during a ceremony marking the company's 30th anniversary on 13 November in Montreal.
Spirit Airlines has priced its $421 million senior secured enhanced equipment trust certificate (EETC) transaction in the 3% range, beating initial expectations by a quarter of a percentage point.
United Airlines plans to grow its hub at Denver International airport to 400 daily departures in 2019, potentially pushing it ahead of other hubs to become the second busiest in its system.
There is no shortage of lofty long-term growth plans in the airline industry. But as it approaches the halfway stage of its ambitious 15-year strategic vision, Ethiopian Airlines can point to its outpacing of rivals on the African continent.
With Emirates announcing a $15.1 billion commitment for 40 Boeing 787-10s, we examine the firm-order status for the largest Dreamliner with data from Flights Fleets Analyzer.
Sukhoi's Superjet 100 had been a strong contender for the Air Baltic fleet renewal, before being politically excluded from the competition.
Latvian carrier Air Baltic will aim to move to an exclusive Bombardier CSeries fleet with its intention to acquire at least another 14 of the twinjets.
Middle Eastern carrier Gulf Air has named ex-Croatia Airlines head Kresimir Kucko as its new chief executive.
Emirates' tentative agreement for 40 Boeing 787-10s will, once firmed, take orders for the new twinjet to more than 200.
Azerbaijan Airlines has revised an agreement for additional Boeing 787s, in a deal which will involve taking five more of the type.
Emirates still appears to be refining an agreement with Airbus, after a highly-anticipated event during the Dubai air show featured only an agreement for Boeing 787s.
Middle Eastern carrier Emirates is ordering 40 Boeing 787-10s.