A delegation from Boeing has visited Iran to discuss sales of jetliners, the secretary of Iran's Aviation Companies Association said on Monday, as the US planemaker seeks to ensure its European rival Airbus does not steal a march in Iran.
Airbus, a leading aircraft manufacturer, has announced the maiden flight of the first Airbus aircraft produced at the company’s manufacturing facility in the US.
The A321, destined for JetBlue, took off from the Mobile Aerop
Dubai-based DC Aviation Al-Futtaim (DCAF) has expanded its fleet under management with the addition of two new business jets.
DCAF will operate the two new aircraft – a Bombardier Challenger 604 and a Gulfstream G200 –
Qatar Airways has announced that it will exhibit three aircraft at the Bahrain International Airshow at the Sakhir Airbase this week.
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More than 4,000 people are working round the clock at the Sakhir Airbase in preparation for the largest edition of the Bahrain International Air Show (BIAS). A total of 111 aircraft will be on display this weekend, with a record number of 139
GE Capital Aviation Services (Gecas), the commercial aircraft leasing and financing arm of GE, has signed a deal with Virgin America to lease 10 new Airbus A321new aircraft powered by CFM's Leap-1A engines to expand the carrier's fleet
Steady passenger demand, continued low oil prices and leading air travel growth in Asia will boost margins in the global airline and aircraft leasing sectors, said Moody's Investors Service, underpinning the rating agency's positive outl
Abu Dhabi Airports anticipates a 20 per cent increase in aircraft movements this year at Al Bateen Executive Airport in the week leading up the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, set to take place at the Yas Marina circuit this month
A senior Boeing Company executive on Monday described the loss of an $80 billion US bomber contract last month as a "minor setback" and said the company remained determined to expand its defence business.
Saudi Aerospace Engineering Industries said on Monday it planned to build a SR2.87 billion ($765.33 million) aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility in Jeddah in a joint venture to be led by Turkish airport builder and operator TAV.