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29.07.2010 Supply chain capacity key to expanding 737 production

Deciding whether to boost 737 output beyond 35 per month hinges on supply chain capacity, Boeing's top executive told analysts today. 


SAVANNAH, Ga., July 14, 2010 — A large-cabin, long-range Gulfstream G450 business jet recently established a city-pair speed record between Tokyo and Hong Kong. 

29.06.2010 Bombardier's Scott: Boeing Not Interested in Challenging C Series

When Boeing CEO Jim McNerney early this month referred to the Bombardier C Series as one of a class of “regional jets that are getting a little bigger,” executives at the Canadian compa 

29.06.2010 Business Aviation, Smaller Airlines Face Specter of Inaccurate Emissions Data

Smaller European airlines have been warned that inaccurate monitoring of aircraft emissions data could cost them €1 million ($1.23 million) over the first reporting cycle for the new emissions 

15.04.2010 Cathay A330 in high-energy landing had dual engine problem

Cathay Pacific has admitted that both engines on the Airbus A330-300 which carried out a high-speed landing at Hong Kong yesterday had experienced problems. 

04.02.2010 Boeing targets 8 February for 747-8F maiden sortie

Boeing has targeted 8 February for the maiden sortie of its 747-8 Freighter, one day shy of the 41st anniversary of the type's first first in 1969. 

07.12.2009 KAL orders five Boeing 747-8 passenger aircraft

Korean Air (KAL) has placed an order for five Boeing 747-8 passenger aircraft. 

10.11.2009 A380’s stellar performance undermined by ongoing technical issues: operators

Two years on from its service debut, operators have told Flightglobal that the Airbus A380 has proved itself to be a crowd pleaser from a passenger point of view but suffers some frustrating techni 

06.11.2009 Airbus throws A330-200F straight into flight-test regime during maiden sortie

Airbus put the A330-200 Freighter through an intense test regime during its first flight earlier today, operating the aircraft up to its maximum speed and altitude and testing its revised nose land 

23.10.2009 NTSB investigates errant Northwest A320

Officials from the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) are investigating what happened to a Northwest Airlines A320 (N03274) with 147 passengers that lost radio communications for 1h and