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Boeing, Pratt & Whitney Held Liable for 1984 Cameroon Airlines…

On Aug. 30, 1984, a Boeing 737-200 belonging to Cameroon Airlines, the now-defunct Cameroonian national airline, caught fire during a taxiing phase before takeoff at Douala International Airport. Forty years later, the Wouri High Court in Douala, Cameroon on March…

What Aircraft Orders to Expect This Year

With American Airlines announcing a massive order of over 200 aircraft earlier this week, what other major orders can we expect from airlines for the remainder of 2024? So Far in 2024 Two months and an airshow later, the aviation…

Ethiopian Expands Fleet With Boeing 777X Deal

Ethiopian Airlines announced on Tuesday that it is expanding its widebody fleet through an agreement with Boeing. The deal involves the purchase of eight Boeing 777-9X passenger airplanes, with the option to acquire up to 12 additional jets. This move…

Russia Buys 92 Foreign-Owned Aircraft

Moscow's invasion of Ukraine put much of the aviation industry under pressure. Western airlines are now banned from overflying Siberia, the most optimal route possible between Europe and Far East Asia. On the other hand, Russian airlines in turn are…

JSX Bets on Small Community Air Service

Semi-private operator JSX is making a major push towards sustainable air travel with the intended acquisition of up to 332 hybrid-electric aircraft from three different manufacturers. This landmark deal positions JSX as a leader in the green aviation movement and…