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BOSTON: Airbus is sticking to its quest for record jet output after airlines reported glimmers of a post-pandemic recovery this week, and believes engine makers who have questioned its most ambitious proposals will be “unable to resist” demand.
ZHUHAI, China (Reuters): China put on an extravagant display of once-secret high-end military technology at its largest air show this week, while broadcasting its growing ambitions in space exploration and for self-sufficiency in commercial aircraft.
BEIJING: Boeing Co raised its forecast slightly yesterday for China’s aircraft demand for the next 20 years, betting on the country’s quick rebound from Covid-19 and future growth in its budget airline sector and e-commerce.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): An Air France-KLM flight made an emergency landing shortly after taking off from Beijing after the Boeing Co. 777 aircraft suffered a technical failure and smoke filled the cabin.
A small cargo plane with three crew members on board crashed into a mountain in Indonesia's jungle-clad Papua region on Wednesday, police said.
BENGALURU: Budget airline SpiceJet said it has settled with another lessor of Boeing Co’s MAX aircraft, CDB Aviation, as it looks to start operating the aircraft by the end of September after India cleared the 737 MAX to fly last month.
EUROPE’S no-frills airlines are heralding a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grab market share from traditional carriers struggling to emerge from the pandemic, but each will have to overcome significant challenges to come out on top.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (Sept 7)