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Boeing has again raised its forecast for new aircraft demand out of China, predicting a need for 7,240 aircraft over the next 20 years, accounting for 18% of the global total.
Brazilian carrier Gol and GECAS have finalised a sale-and-leaseback and direct lease deals covering 12 Boeing 737 aircraft.
Ukrainian investigators have disclosed that they are probing an overrun by an Embraer ERJ-145 at Zaporizhia.
The terror incidents in and around Barcelona in mid-August left another of the region's destinations reeling from attacks targeted at locations popular with tourists.
Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier delivered 16 of their new narrowbody aircraft in July, figures from Flight Fleets Analyzer show.
EgyptAir has disclosed that a ban on electronic devices on board its services to the UK has been lifted.
A cadet pilot flying a Jetstar Airbus A320 applied excessive force to the aircraft s sidestick controller on as it rotated, resulting in the aircraft s tail striking the runway as it took off from Melbourne Tullamarine airport on 11 May 2016.
S&P Global does not foresee any impact to the ratings of Southwest Airlines or United Airlines from Hurricane Harvey.
European airlines, look away now: Ryanair's chief executive Michael O'Leary expects that most will disappear over the next half-decade.
Almost nine years to the day after Gol 1907 spiralled into the Brazilian jungle, crippled by a mid-air collision, only fortuitous geometry spared a second 737-800 a similar fate over Senegal.
Although there have been some small signs of life, a growing number of Boeing 777-200s and -300s appear to be headed for the scrapyard amid growing supply and poor interest in the secondary market.
Ryanair intends to make a firm bid to acquire Alitalia's fleet of jets, chief executive Michael O'Leary has indicated.
Cockpit crew representatives are urging pilots to stay disciplined and alert during ground manoeuvring at Toronto Pearson airport after a series of runway incursions at the hub.
Qantas s reversion to operating its Sydney-London services via Singapore says much more about its Asian ambitions than its legacy focus on flying to Europe.
Boeing Training and Professional Services has commissioned a 737 Max 8 full-flight simulator at its Singapore campus, which will be joined by a 787-9 simulator in November.
Qantas will switch its Sydney-Dubai-London flights will return to operate via Singapore under a new from 25 March 2018 under a renewed partnership with Emirates.
Embraer is pinning its hopes on an easing of regional jet weight limits during the next round of pilot contract negotiations at the US mainline carriers, as it looks for an in for its E-Jet E2 family.
Canadian regional carrier Chorus has closed a new C$50 million ($39.7 million) revolving credit facility, increasing its available credit by C$10 million.
Potential buyers of Air Berlin have until 15 September to submit their offers, the carrier has confirmed.
China Eastern Airlines expects to add 191 aircraft to the group's fleet by the end of 2019.