Cathay Pacific, and maybe Swiss, signal that they aren't waiting for Boeing's NMA or MoM or whatever it might be
Norwegian has some bold ideas for shaking up longer distance low cost flying, despite hitting some financial turbulence
The plane to watch as airlines rediscover the operational virtues of a 757 sized single aisle jet design is much closer to service entry
Yes it’s a crude headline, but to be blunt, Boeing will be forced to get its head around changed demands for single aisle jets after losing a last minute decision at the Paris Air Show by European LCC Wizz to acquire as many as 200 Airbus A321 NEOs configured for 236 seats.
The US media predictions were right. American Airlines has split what it says is the largest jet purchase in history between Airbus and Boeing with firm orders for 260 A320 family airliners, and 200 Boeing 737s comprising 100 of the current NG series models and a launch order for 100 ‘new variant’ models featuring the […]