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Breeze Airways’ first A220 breaks cover as airline increases order

The airline disclosed an order boost while unveiling a striking scheme for the type

Helvetic completes first commercial E190-E2 service to London City

Embraer aircraft make up nearly 90% of all movements at the airport, while the new variant will nearly double the available range from the facility to more than 4,000km

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How many airliners did top manufacturers deliver in 2020?

In part three of our Global Airline Report, we analyse the delivery figures from last year for the world's top six airliner manufacturers including Boeing, Airbus, ATR, COMAC, Embraer and Irkut

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The part of a Boeing 737 MAX made by Airbus

The two aerospace giants are arch-rivals and fiercely compete for orders. But as Key.Aero discovers, there’s one piece of the American airframer’s most popular airliner that’s actually made by its adversary

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When Boeing bought Airbus

Key.Aero explores the bizarre negotiation which involved Boeing buying aircraft made by its arch-rival and explains what happened to those airframes in the years that followed

Condor selects A330neo for fleet modernisation

The German leisure carrier plans to renew its long-haul roster with the next generation widebody

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Which airline has spent $259bn on Boeings?

Key.Aero analyses the American manufacturer's order book between 1955 and 2021 which contains 32,000+ airliners from more than 6,000 separate deals of the last 70 years

Embraer reveals mystery customer who ordered 30 E195-E2s

The Brazilian airframer has revealed the buyer and additional details of the large order which was first announced in May

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Smoke in ATR cabins due to lack of use

Low aircraft utilisation led to Aurigny reporting two separate cabin smoke events within a month, the UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has found.

United signs HUGE orders for 737 MAXs and A321neos

The American carrier has been on a shopping spree for new airframes, and in doing so, has secured the largest order in its 95-year history