At the recent Dubai Air Show, Boeing signed a memorandum of understanding with Ethiopian Airlines that will help the airline to bring cost savings to its maintenance operations with Boeing's 787 landing gear exchange programme.
Ethiopian Airlines Group and the Boeing company have signed a strategic memorandum of understanding (MoU) on positioning Ethiopia as an aviation hub for Africa.
As Alaska Airlines expects domestic travel to return to pre-COVID levels by the summer of 2022, the group will require more aircraft across the organisation.
The first five of flydubai’s 14 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft have completed their operational readiness flights and have been approved by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) to return to service. They join other MAX aircraft that returned to service in the fleets of operators in Europe, the UK, North and South America.
WestJet recently annnounced its intent to return its fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service in a phased and transparent approach. The airline's plans follow an announcement from Transport Canada (TC) on December 17, 2020 where TC safety experts validated the aircraft design changes and outlined requirements for Canadian carriers.
Alaska Airlines recently announced a transaction that continues the optimisation of its mainline fleet. As part of the agreement, Alaska will sell 10 Airbus A320s to Air Lease Corporation, and subsequently lease 13 new Boeing 737-9 MAX aircraft from them.
United Airlines announced orders to purchase 25 new Embraer E-175 and four new Boeing B787-9 aircraft.
From February 25, 2019, LOT’s Boeing B737 MAX 8 aircraft is due to serve the route from Krakow, Poland to Tel Aviv, Israel.
United Airlines became the first North American carrier to operate the fuel efficient Boeing B737 MAX 9 aircraft.