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MANILA: Budget carrier Cebu Pacific will upgrade its entire Airbus fleet with newer and more efficient planes by 2027, signaling that expansion plans were intact amid the global health crisis.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Aug 17 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): The first of its kind Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) Dine & Fly flight took off on Sunday (Aug 16) morning with 99 passengers on board to experience a rare and memorable opportunity to view iconic landmarks of the country and key places on the island of Borneo from the air.
MUMBAI: IndiGo, India’s biggest airline, said it will keep adding new aircraft to its fleet even as it can’t give any firm guidance on future capacity growth because of the coronavirus pandemic, which destroyed demand for air travel in one of the world’s fastest-growing aviation markets.
NEW YORK: U.S. budget carrier Spirit Airlines Inc said on Monday it will buy 100 Airbus A320neo-family jets to be delivered through 2027, with options to purchase up to 50 additional aircraft.
DUBAI: Saudi Arabian budget carrier Flyadeal reversed a commitment to buy as many as 50 Boeing Co. 737 Max jets, becoming the first airline to officially drop the plane since its grounding following two deadly crashes.
PARIS: AirAsia Group has decided to convert 253 orders for Airbus' A320neo planes to the larger A321neo model, making AirAsia the world's largest customer for the A321neo, but is not yet ready to order the new longer-range version.
Dubai: Saudi Arabian budget airline Flynas LCC plans to open a hub in West Africa or the Balkans within five years to expand beyond its oversupplied domestic market, according to the airline’s chief executive officer.
WASHINGTON/JAKARTA (Reuters) - A U.S. lawmaker on Friday urged current or former Boeing Co and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) employees to come forward with any information about the certification program for the 737 MAX, which has suffered two fatal crashes in five months.
WASHINGTON/JAKARTA (Reuters) - A U.S. lawmaker on Friday urged current or former Boeing Co and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) employees to come forward with any information about the certification programme for the 737 MAX, which has suffered two fatal crashes in five months.