The new Boeing 777X arrived at the Dubai World Central today for the Dubai Airshow 2021 that will start on November 14, 2021. The aircraft will be on display from the same date. To reach Dubai, the Boeing 777X had to nearly fly for 15 hours straight from Seattle’s Boeing Field which is the longest flight to date for the aircraft. It is worth noting that the Boeing 777X is... Read More
In the recent development of events, Qatar Airways is looking forward to ‘unwillingly’ reinitiating the service of 10 of its grounded Airbus A380 for a temporary period of time. The reinitiating is being planned as there has been a capacity shortage due to the grounding of A350s carriers as informed by the company. According to the plan as of now, the airline is going to launch its superjumbos A380s on... Read More
Airlines all over the world have been looking for aircraft which come with more sustainable engines and has lower emissions. Airbus ACJ320neo is one such aircraft in the market now. The Airbus ACJ320neo reduces carbon footprint and offers great room as well. The term ‘neo’ at the end means ‘New Engine Option’. So now, Airbus gives their clients two options between the next-generation engines Pratt & Whitney PW1100G or CFM... Read More
Emirates looks forward to growing its Airbus A380 network as the new and changed IATA winter timetable planned for Sunday, October 31st sees the addition of Airbus A380 once again in six more routes. Now Emirates will be able to exceed one thousand rotations coming November with the giant of the skies. Emirates has been constantly working to prove that Airbus A380 has still not lost its place in the... Read More
Boeing’s 737 Max will fly in the Indian skies very soon. One of the top airlines in the country, SpiceJet, is all set to resume the aircraft from October 5, 2021. It will be coming back into business after two and a half years. SpiceJet is already retraining its pilots to fly the aircraft. The 737 Max from Boeing was banned from flying by multiple countries which including India. It... Read More
While the aviation sector slowed down in 2020 because of the pandemic, India became the biggest customer for Airbus. The credit will largely go to IndiGo which replaced multiple old A320/21neos with newer engines and didn’t default on the payments. India was only behind China in terms of recovering domestic travel in the country. Lakhs of passengers and flights took to the skies following the pandemic protocol set by airlines... Read More
Boeing, one of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the world, is all set to resume the 737 Max for commercial airline services. The Boeing 737 Max can be up in the sky as soon as next week, depending on the decision by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). As per a report from Bloomberg, the regulator might announce the updated certification for the aircraft on November 18. Boeing has already started... Read More
Boeing is advancing its pledge to power worksites and manufacturing facilities using 100% renewable electricity with a new, multi-state agreement to purchase carbon-neutral power for its Chicago headquarters, along with other sites in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania. “This announcement is another major step in Boeing’s drive to reduce the carbon footprint of our operations by procuring more carbon-neutral electricity in the United States,” said Boeing’s Chief Sustainability Officer Chris... Read More
Emirates Boeing 777 planes have flown over a billion-plus kilometre already. The airline has been operating Boeing 777 since 2004 and has conducted more than a million departures. An interesting fact about the Emirates Boeing 777 is that it has flown the longest distance of 12,940 Km and the shortest of just 349 Km. Emirates flies its Boeing 777 planes in 6 continents and has helped 298 million passengers to... Read More
Boeing has been manufacturing planes for a long time now. It has introduced some of the best and top in class aircraft to the market. But due to the current pandemic, things aren’t going too well for the aircraft manufacturer. Boeing just reported the financial results of the last quarter. The report reflected a $2.4 billion loss for the company. This going to have a major impact on Boeing. It... Read More
If you are familiar with the Boeing 737 Max, then you know why these aircraft were grounded. But if you are not, keep reading. Back in 2018 and then in 2019, two commercial flights (Boeing 737 Max) from two different airlines crashed resulting in 346 casualties. Looking at this, China was the first country to suspend all the 737 Max operations nationwide. Followed by the decision, America also did the... Read More
Etihad is working in close proximity with Boeing to sort out a design and working for a Dreamliner which is ‘greener’. From greener, it is being implied that something which is good for nature. Etihad is no doubt one of the biggest premium airlines in the world. It offers some of the finest airline services. Partnering up with Boeing to build a new greener Dreamliner would certainly give a boost... Read More
Boeing is an American multinational corporation which designs and manufactures aeroplanes worldwide. Boeing 737 Max is the fourth generation of Boeing 737. The 737 Max was grounded worldwide in March 2019 after 2 consecutive crashes. After a few modifications, Boeing 737 Max is in the process of re-certification. The ongoing pandemic has worsened the situation. Even though the restrictions on commercial flights are being eased up, there still are fewer... Read More
Boeing has ended the ongoing negotiations for the last two years with Embraer and stepped out of the agreement both the parties had. The terminated deal is worth $4.2 billion and Embraer is not happy with the reason provided by Boeing. Boeing issued a statement saying it exercised its rights and ended the agreement as Embraer didn’t meet the necessary conditions. Embraer believes that Boeing has wrongfully terminated the deal... Read More
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