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Japan Airlines Orders 32 New Airbus and 10 New Boeing Planes

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Japan Airlines Will Introduce 42 New Planes from Airbus and Boeing. Accelerating International Network Growth With Advanced Fuel-Efficient Aircraft Japan Airlines (JAL) plans to renew its fleet by acquiring 21 Airbus A350-900s, 11 A321neos, and 10 Boeing 787-9s planes. The A350s will be added to its international routes, augmenting its… 

Airbus, Boeing, Embraer Get Big American Airlines Orders For 260 New Planes

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American Airlines announced orders for 260 new aircraft, including 85 Airbus A321neo, 85 Boeing 737 MAX 10, and 90 Embraer E175 aircraft. The orders also include options and purchase rights for an additional 193 aircraft.  American Airline’s Boeing 737 MAX 10 Order Boeing and American Airlines have announced a deal… 

Etihad Airways Adds 3 New Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners To Fleet

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Etihad Airways celebrated a significant fleet expansion with the arrival of three Boeing 787-9 aircraft at Abu Dhabi Zayed International Airport. Poised to enhance its operations, the airline will deploy the new planes starting this month. Etihad Airways Ushers in Three Boeing 787-9 Aircraft, Eyes Expansion This move aligns with… 

Vietjet Air Will Buy 20 New A330neo to Make Fleet More Efficient

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At the Singapore Airshow, Vietjet Air has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus to buy 20 A330-900 widebodies. When finalized, this will be Vietjet’s first-ever widebody order. The aircraft will support the airline’s growing long-range flight network and high-capacity regional services. These new aircraft will replace the carrier’s… 

Malaysia Airlines Picks Thales Flight Safety Systems For A330neo

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Malaysia Airlines Enhances A330neo Fleet with Thales Avionics for Improved Safety and Navigation Malaysia Airlines, the nation’s flagship carrier, is taking a significant step in aviation safety and navigation. They are updating 20 Airbus A330neo planes with Thales’s latest Thales Flight Management System (FMS) and ACSS’ Traffic Collision Avoidance System… 

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