Aircraft Orders and Deliveries

French Bee Becomes First All-A350 Airline

June 30, 2019 Thomas Pallini

French Bee has become the first airline to operate a fleet comprised entirely of Airbus A350s having taken delivery of its third and final Airbus A350-900 XWB. The airline took delivery of its latest aircraft,

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Former United 747 Returns to the Skies

June 29, 2019 Jordan Green

In November 2017, United Airlines retired the 747 after 47 years of service.  After being retired from revenue service, most of the former flagships of the United fleet made their way to Southern California for

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Air France Bids ‘Au Revoir’ to Joon

June 27, 2019 Daniel Morley

Air France has ended operations of its short-lived subsidiary Joon. The carrier was created by the French national carrier to compete with low-cost airlines on heavily traveled routes. However, the carrier has been poorly received

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American Schedules Last MD-80 Revenue Flight

June 25, 2019 Pablo Diaz

September 4 is going to be a date many of us will remember. That day American Airlines will retire its remaining 26 McDonnell Douglas MD-80 aircraft, ending a 37-year-long flying career. Unveiled by McDonnell Douglas

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Delta Set to Expand A220 Route Network

June 24, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Since its introduction, Delta’s Airbus A220-100 fleet has been delivering consistent results, and the number of routes the former Bombardier aircraft is serving is growing rapidly. The carrier is set to expand the A220 operation

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The Airbus A321XLR’s Potential

June 23, 2019 Hemal Gosai

Airbus finally announced the much anticipated Airbus A321XLR at the Paris Air Show this past week. The aircraft is the longest range single-aisle airliner that Airbus has to offer, with a range of 4,700 nautical

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