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Brazilian Regulator Probes Embraer CFO

February 12, 2019 Hemal Gosai

The proposed joint venture between the United States’ Boeing and Brazil’s Embraer is facing another challenge as Brazil’s securities regulator has launched an administrative probe into the chief financial officer of Embraer in regards to

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Boeing 747: Celebrating 50 Years of Flight

February 9, 2019 Pablo Diaz

In each and every conversation about aircraft, her name comes up. And it is her name, because unavoidably, it has become the symbol of commercial aviation worldwide. Its beautiful design is without a doubt the

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Qantas Cancels Remaining A380 Orders

February 8, 2019 Jose Antonio Payet

After constant deferrals in delivery dates, Qantas has officially cancelled its remaining order of eight A380s, according to a Flightglobal report. The move signals what could be the slow fate of the superjumbo. whose large size

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Azul Looking at Fleet Expansion in 2019

February 8, 2019 Akhil Dewan

Brazilian carrier Azul has announced plans to renew its fleet with new orders of Embraer 195-E2 and Airbus A320neo aircraft in 2019. Azul’s fleet plan for 2019 sees the carrier acquiring 21 new aircraft this

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Airbus Starts Off 2019 Strong

January 22, 2019 Hemal Gosai

Airbus is starting the year off strong with a new order after losing the aircraft delivery race in 2018 against rival Boeing, delivering 800 aircraft compared to Boeing’s 806. Boeing also soared past Airbus in

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Study Shows Airlines Failing to Meet Emissions Targets

December 9, 2018 Parker Davis

According to a new study from the Atmosfair Airline Index, despite improvements in technology among many now-top-selling aircraft—including Boeing’s 737 MAX and 787 and Airbus’s A320neo —airlines will not be able to make “significant” changes

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