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Nigeria’s Overland Airways Celebrates Arrival of First E175 Jet

    Overland Airways unveils its first Embraer E175 E-Jet, the first of three scheduled for delivery. This event marks a significant step for the West African airline, an affiliate of Landover Aviation Services Company. The twenty-year-old carrier also holds options for three additional aircraft from Embraer.

    Air Peace Expands Fleet: $288.3m Order of Five Embraer E175s

      Air Peace, based in Nigeria, has sealed a deal for five Embraer E175 aircraft. This acquisition highlights the airline’s ambitions to strengthen and modernize its fleet. With a list price of US$288.3m, this strategic acquisition reiterates the airline’s commitment to fleet modernization.

      Turkish Airlines Boosts Its Fleet with Ten More Airbus A350-900s

        Turkish Airlines, Türkiye’s premier national flag carrier, has chosen to expand its fleet with an additional 10 Airbus A350-900 aircraft. With this latest acquisition, the airline raised its total number of A350-900s to 40, reflecting its growing trust in this modern widebody aircraft.

        Acro Earns Airbus Premium Supplier Rating

          Acro Aircraft Seating has achieved a significant milestone in being chosen as a Premium Supplier for Airbus. This recognition applies to Economy Class and Premium Economy Class Seats of the BFE catalog 2023 July release.

          Rendering of the new QantasLink Airbus A220 by FIXION, Source: Qantas/Airbus

          Qantas Launches Airbus A220 Naming Competition

            The exciting phase of constructing the Qantas Group’s inaugural Airbus A220 is in full swing, indicating a major progression in the company’s ongoing fleet renewal efforts. The airline is asking customers to help them name the plane.