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Emirates grows Australia capacity more than 7% with extra A380s

Emirates grows Australia capacity more than 7% with extra A380s

The backside friendly A380 continues to grow the Emirates presence in Australia

Emirates shelves its enthusiasm for lots of shiny new Airbuses or Boeings

Emirates shelves its enthusiasm for lots of shiny new Airbuses or Boeings

Emirates gives fair warning that rapid expansion is part of a glorious past

Emirates growth issues less of a crisis than poor public reading skills?

Emirates growth issues less of a crisis than poor public reading skills?

Emirates may have the world's largest fleet of A380s and 777s, but will a trade war change that?

Boeing spells out a big upside for Australian aviation, but is Govt listening?

Boeing spells out a big upside for Australian aviation, but is Govt listening?

Boeing sees a future for Australian aviation that is being destroyed by policy indifference

2016: No predictions but issues aplenty

2016: No predictions but issues aplenty

No one ever really sees the future, but the issues for air transport this coming year are easy to pick.

Airbus going to 60 A320s a month sparks a deliveries contest

Airbus going to 60 A320s a month sparks a deliveries contest

Airbus’s confirming this week that it will lift the a production rate of its A320 single aisle family of jets to 60 a month by mid 2019 has triggered informed talk of similar ambitions for the Boeing 737 family, and possibly even sooner.

Qantas takes on Hong Kong, Manila demand with more flights

Qantas takes on Hong Kong, Manila demand with more flights

Qantas is making a determined run at Cathay Pacific’s dominance on the Australia-Hong Kong routes with an additional four A330-300 flights a week from Sydney from 26 October.

Emirates has a huge day, takes 150th 777 and 66th A380

Emirates has a huge day, takes 150th 777 and 66th A380

In 24 hours Emirates has put into service its 150th ever Boeing 777, after taking two more -300ERs, and its 66th Airbus A380, and a 777 freighter.

Garuda's fleet ambitions made clearer in Paris

Garuda's fleet ambitions made clearer in Paris

Not much that has happened at the Paris Air Show is directly relevant to the Australian market, but Indonesia flag carrier Garuda is the exception.

Boeing predicts a booming if crowded future as new flyers takeoff

Boeing predicts a booming if crowded future as new flyers takeoff

What Boeing sees in the next 20 years is not just about aircraft sales, but where the world is headed as new wealth, improved technology, and a desire to fly, all coincide. It’s somewhat scary as well as exciting, and its coming, ready or not.