Top News on Boeing 737 Max

  • Avolon sees Airbus ‘keen’ on order for longer-range A321neo

    Avolon believes Airbus is "keen" on the Irish lessor ordering the longer-range A321neo model.

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  • CFM revamps Leap assembly ahead of ramp-up

    ​As pressure grows to raise already peak production rates for single-aisle aircraft, CFM International has decided to...

  • SMBC Aviation Capital orders 80 737 Max 8s

    SMBC Aviation Capital has ordered 80 Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, the largest single order for the re-engined variant...

  • American ‘evaluating’ proposed long-range A321neo

    ​American Airlines is “evaluating” Airbus’ proposed long-range A321neo, says vice-president of fleet planning Peter...

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  • ​Eva Air shifts acquisition focus to widebodies, freighters

    News | 31 Mar 2015 03:03 | Mavis Toh

    Taiwanese carrier Eva Air has dropped plans to induct new generation narrowbody aircraft, and will instead focus on securing a deal for new widebody passenger aircraft and freighters this year.
  • Jetlines pitches ULCC model amid lawsuit with former partner

    News | 30 Mar 2015 21:06 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​Executives at prospective Canadian start-up Jetlines continue to promote their ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) business model despite an ongoing legal tussle with Inovent Capital, a partner company that had been helping Jetlines seek an initial public offering.
  • ​Monarch selects AJW for component support

    News | 23 Mar 2015 15:05 | Michael Gubisch

    UK parts specialist AJ Walter Aviation has won a components maintenance contract covering Monarch Airlines' Airbus A320/A321 fleet.
  • Icelandair to acquire 767s and Q400s to broaden reach

    News | 16 Mar 2015 09:29 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Icelandair Group is to introduce a pair of Boeing 767s for its mainline operation as well as Bombardier Q400s for subsidiary Air Iceland.
  • ANALYSIS: That pilot shortage – will it prove to be another mirage?

    News | 12 Mar 2015 10:24 | David Learmount

    ​Aircraft order backlog figures show airlines are investing in unprecedented numbers of new aircraft, but not in the skilled trades that are still needed to maintain and fly them. As a result the global ab-initio training industry may have insufficient capacity to cope with demand when the existing rather shallow pool of skilled personnel starts to dry up.
  • CFM revamps Leap assembly ahead of ramp-up

    News | 10 Mar 2015 00:32 | Stephen Trimble

    ​As pressure grows to raise already peak production rates for single-aisle aircraft, CFM International has decided to roll out two major upgrades to the production system for the Leap engine series.