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  • Wing cracks found on 787s in assembly

    Roughly 40 Boeing 787s still in production may have cracks within shear ties of a wing rib, the company says.

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  • IN FOCUS: Very large airliners

    Boeing has passed major 747-8 milestones, with the -8I in service and -8F deliveries beyond 20, while Airbus is...

  • PICTURES: Thai receives first A380 at Toulouse ceremony

    Thai Airways International has taken delivery of its first Airbus A380, becoming the ninth airline to operate the type.

  • IN FOCUS: Mobile devices bring a sea change for IFE

    With security and logistical issues resolved, the cost benefits of consumer devices for in-flight entertainment are...

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  • ANALYSIS: Where have all the leased widebodies gone?

    News | 08 Jul 2014 11:53 | Chris Seymour

    Chris Seymour, head of market analysis at Flightglobal consultancy Ascend, examines where used and new widebodies are being leased
  • Intrepid Aviation purchases 777 on lease to Air France

    News | 01 Jul 2014 19:52 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​US lessor Intrepid Aviation has further diversified its portfolio with the acquisition of a Boeing 777-300ER with a lease attached to French carrier Air France.
  • ANALYSIS: the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft report

    News | 30 Jun 2014 14:26 | Olivier Bonnassies

    The Boeing 777-300ER, which has just passed 10 years of service, is the most successful model in the 777 product range.
  • Thai Airways shortlists A320 RFP

    News | 04 Jun 2014 14:46 | Laura Mueller

    ​Thai Airways International has shortlisted bidders on its request for proposals for financing for five Airbus A320 aircraft, market sources say.
  • ANALYSIS: Are NokScoot, Jet Asia stalking Thai AirAsia X?

    News | 16 May 2014 06:22 | Ellis Taylor

    Thai AirAsia X’s (TAAX) plans to shake up the market between Bangkok and Tokyo, Osaka and Seoul are likely to be closely shadowed not only by startup NokScoot, but also established carrier Jet Asia Airways' move into scheduled services.
  • Political unrest, competition push Thai to Q1 loss

    News | 16 May 2014 02:45 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Thai Airways International recorded an operating loss of Bt2.3 billion ($71 million) during the quarter ended 31 March as political unrest in the country and increased competition hit its revenue.