Shouldn't that be A320NEO's?
http://gulfbusiness.com/airbus-confirms ... a-airways/
A new one to add to the list, from Baltic this week was 'We have agreed to begin discussions.....!!Jump to post
As always on this forum, things are getting carried away. The actual text of the article..... "We are in discussion with a number of potential buyers, including British Airways and a number of other European flag carriers as well as Asian low-cost airlines," Anselm Gehling, Dr Peters' chie...Jump to post
There seems to be a lot of interest, United, American, JAL, Ethiopian, Qantas have all said they are up for it, Boeing should just do it!Jump to post
kurtverbose wrote:The telegraph reporting it's for 17.
Another image from Boeing's twitter. https://twitter.com/BoeingAirplanes/status/929646122146156544 https://i.imgur.com/qSoyy9n.jpg ps. That's a 787-9.... mistake? or something that hasn't been revealed yet? Good pick up, according to EK's press release they will be configured in both 2 and 3 class ...Jump to post
There are multiple sources saying the same thing including Egyptian press, quoted here in French:
https://www.lesaffaires.com/secteurs-d- ... ies/598196
Boeing are positive...
Boeing's top commercial sales executives expect an "exciting", albeit unpredictable, Dubai air show for aircraft orders
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... rs-443136/
CH reports Aeroflot are pushing back deliveries, behind a paywall though
http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/ ... deliveries
The 5 un-id B787 this week are possibly for Junyeao, Flight says they have 5 options and 5 firm but engines purchased for 10
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... 7s-443084/
Boeing orders in the last 2 weeks.... 'Changes since last update: 69 new orders : (Business Jet / VIP Customer(s) one 737 China Development Bank Fin. for 48 737s and eight 787s Unidentified Customer(s) for two 777s and five 787s WestJet for five 737s In the changes category, reduced 737 orders by 2....Jump to post
BA now saying that the 63 B777 total was a mistake, it included 5 x A321! The 3 replacements seem correct though.
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... or-443059/
speedbird52 wrote:This is unrelated but does anyone know why the 767 plant isn't included in the Boeing tour?
The Boeing orders web site skipped a report last week, I wonder if this is connected
Orders through October 24, 2017
(Next update, including October orders and deliveries results, will be posted on Thursday, November 9, 2017
"Expect an announcement of a large sale of Boeing jets, although as is usual with Chinese airplane order news, it may be difficult to discern how much of the order is truly new."
Nice piece from avaitionanalytics.com on the C100 for EasyJet https://www.aviationanalytics.com/2017/10/23/cseries-give-easyjet-new-zest/ With lines like.... ' Other airlines that are attracted by the efficiency, reliability and comfort offered by the CSeries, but who previously worried about the l...Jump to post
Is this a clue from today's Times (subscription).. In an article about BMI, a quote from its chief commercial officer ================ Mr Schnadt expects “a bit of M&A, or a joint venture, or an equity event”, which will prompt BMI to do a deal with an existing EU operator to piggy-back its flyi...Jump to post
am unaware of any major projects that were required SOLELY FOR A380 operations, I'd be interested to hear of any that have actually been built BUT BUT BUT do not quote me any terminal modification projects or "A380 gate" projects as these are NOT required for the aircraft's operation. I r...Jump to post
If you look at page 17 of the presentation the chart shows some (4/5?) B777-300 as 'on order' http://phx.corporate-ir.net/External.File?item=UGFyZW50SUQ9MzkzMjE1fENoaWxkSUQ9LTF8VHlwZT0z&t=1&cb=636452658710557042 Page 27 says 18 x A350 and 14 x B787 over next 5 years = 32 +12 A380 + 25 B787 =...Jump to post
To work out how many A380s, if you know how many A350s and B787s are deliveries of others due and the total will be 71 Currently 12 x A380s and 25 x B787 = 37 another 18 x B787s by 2021 = 55 ( https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ba-appears-to-switch-787-9s-for-more-8s-434592/) 18 x A350 (if t...Jump to post
BHXLOVER wrote:I am not sure that Motley Fool can be considered a trusted source. .
The phrase used in the article is 'COULD' , so the thread title is wrong. Also these might be leased, as the last announcement was of a lease.
'He said that Aer Lingus could raise the number of A321LR jets it would take into its fleet from eight to 12.'
Boeing not giving much new info today
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... ar-442522/
Another set of landing and handling fees at the refuelling point can't help profit marginsJump to post
Hawaiian CEO confirms that they are looking elsewhere
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... eo-442337/
Presumably the B777s are the 15th March unidentifieds. The 737s may be new Boeing recorded a 30 frame MAX order 10 days after the 777-300ERs (25 March) so that is probably this order. If not, then it will be a new order as Boeing has no other 30 frame UFO orders for 2017. QF789 has that 30 allocate...Jump to post
ytz wrote:[Scores? Really?
50-60 might suggest United as that is about their fleet size. Is the replacement for a 767 a 767? Who would have guessed thatJump to post
Maybe he is looking for an excuse to delay deliveries further, as the A350 wouldn't be available for several more yearsJump to post
This passage surprised me if true....
Because of the false data provided in export documents, Airbus is no longer able to obtain export guarantees in Britain, France or Germany.
Report in Leeham today regarding the A350 order future and replacement options: 'Boeing is pitching a re-order of the 787-8 and the New Midrange Aircraft (NMA), which Kerr says that as presented is of great interest.' https://leehamnews.com/2017/09/28/american-wants-decide-a350-fate-within-six-month...Jump to post
[quote="Planesmart"]Probably can't believe their good luck with the A330CEO and NEO. Common production line. Darling of the finance and leasing world. Enormous margins, even after deep discounts, beating even high-end A320 models. Simple to build and support. And performance improvements r...Jump to post
TAP EIS pushed back
https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news ... lips-again
If it is in the Shropshire Star it must be true...!Jump to post
AF086 wrote:Avolon is controlled by China's HNA Group which has a large stake at the Brazilian airline.
An ex pilots take on RYR
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... -long-haul
oldannyboy wrote:Still, the 76 is a much older plane, .