Icelandic low-cost airline Wow Air is in talks to buy two Airbus 321s which will help it add more trans-Atlantic destinations and increase its foothold in the low-cost long-haul travel market, chief executive Skuli Mogensen said.
Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air is planning to buy up to 50 Airbus aircraft, the country’s Information Minister Isa Abdulrahman Al-Hammadi has revealed.
An AFP report quoting the minister said the massive new contr
The GCC’s aviation sector has witnessed tremendous growth as demands on the region’s air traffic management (ATM) system are mounting, calling for crucial changes to increase access and capacity for future growth of the regional indu
Dubai-based Emirates has celebrated the arrival of four new aircraft in one day, affirming its commitment to flying a modern, efficient and comfortable fleet.
The delivery included two Boeing 777-300ERs, one Boeing 777 Freighter and one
IndiGo, India's low-cost domestic airline, recently sealed an order for 250 Airbus A320neo aircraft worth $26 billion, said a report.
IndiGo’s aircraft purchase agreement is by far the largest-ever for single aisle planes, sai
Flying from London to New York in an hour could become a reality with the new hypersonic aircraft patented by Airbus.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has approved an application for an "ultra-rapid air vehicle and related method
Iran plans to buy as many as 90 planes per year from Boeing and Airbus to revamp its antiquated fleet once Western sanctions are lifted, its state news agency IRNA quoted a senior aviation official as saying on Sunday.
Airbus Group has told buyer nations of the A400M transporter aircraft that it cannot deliver all of its high-tech defences according to plan, casting a shadow over some of its military uses as Europe battles growing instability on its borders.
Airplane sales to Iran were cleared for take off after Tehran signed a nuclear agreement with six major powers on Tuesday, opening a potentially significant opportunity for Boeing and Airbus Group after decades of isolation.
Western planemakers look set to reap billions of dollars in deals with Iran, if a deal is done on its nuclear programme to allow one of the world's most promising aviation markets to come out of quarantine, said experts.