Close to 1,300 aircraft worth an estimated $345 billion dollars are on order and pending delivery from Middle Eastern airlines, said a report.
While Dubai’s Emirates Airline, Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways and Qatar
UPS, a global leader in logistics, said that it has ordered 14 new Boeing 747-8 cargo jets to meet the increasing demand for the company’s air shipping services.
The aircraft will be delivered between 2017 and 2020, sa
The Dresser-Rand business, a part of Siemens Power and Gas, recently received an order from Egypt-based Belayim Petroleum Company (Petrobel) for three SGT-400 industrial gas turbines, including associated electrical generators.
The International Air Transport Association (Iata) announced that the Passenger Services Conference (PSC) adopted a resolution on a standard for the ONE Order initiative, a move to simplify airline order management, including the delivery, fulfi
Kone, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, said it has won an order for 139 elevators, escalators and autowalks from Qatar Rail to be installed at the Lusail Light Rail Transit system.
Developed by Qatar Rail, t
AirAsia today announced that it has ordered 200 additional CFM LEAP-1A engines to power 100 new Airbus A321neo. The order, which expands its LEAP engine fleet to nearly 730 engines, is valued at $2.7 billion at list price.
Airbus goes into next week's Farnborough Airshow lagging behind arch-rival Boeing after ending the first half of the year with 227 aircraft orders, or 183 after adjusting for cancellations, company data showed on Wednesday.
Sweden-based Midsummer, a leading manufacturer of high efficiency lightweight, flexible solar cells and solar panels, has received a repeat order for its compact DUO solar cell manufacturing system from customer in the Far East.
German industrial group Siemens has won an order worth more than $800 million to supply a gas-fired power plant for Lordstown, Ohio, US, it said on Wednesday.
The electricity generated by the 940 megawatt plant will power 800,000
The direct impact of the 'new oil order' on GCC countries and the anticipated economic implications of the rise of fiscal deficits in the region is the theme of an ongoing conference in Dubai, UAE.