Late last week, Delta Air Lines announced a major order for 50 new Airbus widebody aircraft, including 25 A330-900neos and 25 A350-900s.
Sir Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline, spoke to Airways magazine in an exclusive interview about the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, his doubts about the facts of the aircraft’s disappearance and why he thinks MH Flight 17 should have never happened.
In pursuit of American Airlines' newly minted Boeing 787 Dreamliner, AirwaysNews recently took a little ride over Paine Field, home to Boeing's Everett aircraft manufacturing facility.
Qantas celebrated its 94th anniversary by revealing a brand-new retro-themed Boeing 737-800 in Seattle on Sunday.
Boeing's Randy Tinseth discusses topics including the power of aircraft marketing, the importance of the Asia aircraft market, dueling aircraft market outlooks and the 737 MAX versus the Airbus A320neo.
Dublin, Ireland-based aircraft lessor SMBC Aviation Capital has signed an order for 80 Boeing 737 MAX 8s in a deal valued at more than $8.5 billion.
By Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren / Published November 8, 2014 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Seattle’s Museum of Flight became the first museum in the world to welcome a Boeing 787 Dreamliner to its collection on Saturday. The airplane, the third 787 ever made, was donated to the well-known Seattle aerospace institution...
Azerbaijan Airlines' first Boeing 787 took to the runway late on Wednesday afternoon for a taxi test under its own power.
In an interview with Eastern Airlines CEO Ed Wegel, we discuss topics including reviving the Eastern name, the climate for start-up airlines and the carrier’s niche in the industry.
The first production Boeing 707 rolled out of Boeing's Reston, Washington, plant on October 28, 1957.
American Airlines' first 787 Dreamliner emerged from a Boeing factory paint shop in the wee hours of Thursday morning.
Virgin Atlantic welcomed the state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner into its fleet at an event in Atlanta that also commemorated the launch of the carrier’s new London Heathrow-Atlanta route. Founder Sir Richard Branson was on hand to welcome Virgin’s first 787-9 Birthday Girl to the fleet...
The crew over at AirlineReporter.com got the chance to attend a very special event at Seattle's Museum of Flight on October 18.
World passenger numbers are expected to reach 7.3 billion by 2034, with annual average growth of 4.1 percent, according to the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) first-ever 20-year passenger growth forecast.
By Benét J. Wilson / Published October 17th, 2014 American Airlines rolled out its first Boeing 777-200 with the new business class configuration on the Dallas-Forth Worth-Santiago, Chile, route on October 6. The carrier announced on Aug. 20 that it was removing the first class cabin from its 47 777-200s...