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Canada’s Flair Plans to Lease 14 More Boeing 737 MAXs

Reading Time: < 1 minute The ultra-low-cost carrier Flair Airlines plans to expand its fleet to 30 aircraft by mid-2023, more than double the current size. It has announced it will take an additional 14 new Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets in the next year and a half. The carrier already has 12 aircraft in service and will have 20 […]

Turkmenistan Airlines Closes in on Boeing 737 MAX Order

Reading Time: < 1 minute Central Asian national carrier Turkmenistan Airlines has moved a step closer to formally signing an agreement for the purchase of three Boeing 737MAX-7 aircraft. In mid-September the head of the country approved a resolution allowing Turkmenistan Airlines to purchase three re-engined narrow-body aircraft, including one for transporting high-ranking officials. Thus, one of the three aircraft […]

LEAP-1B Engine Awarded Russian Type Certificate

Reading Time: < 1 minute The CFM International LEAP-1B engine, which powers Boeing’s new 737MAX family of aircraft, has been awarded certification for operations in Russia. The milestone, which approves the certification of Boeing’s family of the re-engined narrow-body in Russia, is expected shortly and will pave the way for the upcoming first deliveries to Russian operators. The launch customer […]

Boeing Updates Its Livery System to Boeing Blue

Reading Time: < 1 minute From now on Boeing passenger aircraft will share a unified look as the US-based planes’ manufacturer revealed a new livery that mirrors the commonality across its aircraft families. “The family name now takes precedence, replacing the minor model designator on the nose and aft fuselage. A larger Boeing logo, a shared color palette rooted in blue and […]

What Do You Know About PW1400G, CFM LEAP-1 and PD-14?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Medium-haul single-aisle passenger aircrafts are the most popular market segment in the world of civil aviation. Until now it was presented only by the families of Airbus A320 and Boeing 737. But the things are going to change since the Airbus A320neo and Boeing 737MAX orders are going up. Moreover, the new players like – […]