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Impulso al despegue del A330neo

El Airbus A330neo se someterá a una serie de mejoras de rendimiento que aumentarán su peso al despegue en unas 2,6 toneladas.

Apoyo unido a las FAS

Air New Zealand y Embraer son algunas de las empresas que se han unido al Fondo de Vuelo Sostenible de United Airlines Ventures, un esfuerzo por aumentar la producción de combustible de aviación sostenible (SAF) mediante inversiones en empresas de nueva creación.

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Why orders for widebody airliners rose in 2023

If 2023 proved anything, it was that there is high demand for airliners. While narrowbodies dominate sales, widebodies regained popularity after the slump during the pandemic years. Richard Schuurman explains what is driving this uptick

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Bombardier bags Challenger 3500 order

Bombardier announced on December 22, 2023, that an undisclosed customer had placed a firm order for 12 of its Challenger 3500 super mid-size business jet, with the first deliveries expected in the second half of 2025.

Delta adds Airbus A350-1000s

Delta Air Lines has ordered 20 Airbus A350-1000s, with options for a further 20.

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Saudi Arabia's Flynas eyes aircraft order

Saudi Arabian low-cost airline flynas aims to increase its firm aircraft orders to cover up to 250 airframes in 2024, Bander Almohanna, the carrier’s CEO and managing director has said.

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Start-up Global Airlines takes ownership of first A380

UK-based start-up Global Airlines announced in early February that it had acquired “full 100% ownership” of its first Airbus A380.

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Cathay Cargo adds A350F

The Cathay Group has ordered six new Airbus A350Fs to join the airline’s cargo division, Cathay Cargo, with the right to acquire 20 more aircraft.

First A350-1000 for JAL

Japan Airlines’ (JAL) first Airbus A350-1000 has arrived in Tokyo.

Embraer E-Jets: los secretos de su éxito

En un momento en que las compañías aéreas buscan formas cada vez más económicas de atender a sus mercados, la categoría de pequeños aviones de pasajeros "crossover" ofrece a Embraer una vía potencial hacia una cartera de clientes en expansión. Alan Dron se pregunta si está a la altura de las expectativas.