Aircraft Orders and Deliveries

Embraer Wins Major Orders at Farnborough

July 18, 2018 Jace Moseley

Embraer has proven to be one of the big winners at this years Farnborough International Airshow, bringing home a slew of orders for its aircraft, both old and new. While many expected the E190-E2 to

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Australian REX Accuses Rivals of Stealing Pilots

July 17, 2018 Akhil Dewan

Australian regional airline Regional Express, also known as REX, has accused domestic rivals Qantas and Virgin Australia of hiring large numbers of its pilots. In practices referred to as “rapacious”, “selfish”, and “irresponsible”, REX has

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Delta’s Plan to Offset Higher Fuel Costs

July 14, 2018 Hemal Gosai

Delta Air Lines released their second quarter earnings this past week. The investor community was looking forward to seeing how continually rising fuel costs in 2018 would impact the airline’s financial performance. Fuel prices were

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Airbus Has High Hopes for the A330neo

July 12, 2018 Hemal Gosai

At the Farnborough Airshow in 2004 Boeing introduced a revolutionary new aircraft, the Boeing 787. At the time, Airbus needed an aircraft to compete with the 787. The original idea was to create a new

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American Airlines Unveils DC-3 Food Truck in Los Angeles

July 12, 2018 Albert Kuan

In aviation, aircraft conversions are standard practice, with older aircraft being converted from passenger to cargo configurations. On Monday, however, American Airlines and Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum, a local Los Angeles aviation museum, unveiled the first-ever

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