Tag: Boeing 787

Another Blow to Boeing: Aeroflot Drops Order for 22 Dreamliners

Reading Time: 1 minute Another Boeing program has been put under pressure. This time it is Boeing 787 aircraft. The Russian carrier Aeroflot has announced about cancellation of the order for 22 planes of the type. The statement was not publicly released by any of the parties but buried in Boeing’s monthly order release. This order had been an […]

Saudi Arabian Airlines Welcomes Its First Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner

Reading Time: 1 minute Boeing delivered to Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) its first 787-10 Dreamliner, which will play a key role in the airline’s fleet and network expansion. The largest member of the Dreamliner family sets the benchmark for fuel efficiency and operating economics and will complement SAUDIA’s fleet of 787-9. In addition to the 787-10, SAUDIA operates 13 […]

Boeing and Air New Zealand Agree on Eight 787-10 Dreamliners

Reading Time: 1 minute Boeing and Air New Zealand finalized an order for eight 787-10 Dreamliner airplanes valued at $2.7 billion at list prices. The carrier, recognized for its long-range flights and global network, will integrate the largest Dreamliner model into its world-class fleet of 787-9 and 777 airplanes from 2022 to strategically grow its business. The airplane deal, […]

Will Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Engine Problems See the End?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Rolls-Royce, one of the leading manufacturers of aircraft engines, said it is making steady progress with Trent 1000 engines to eliminate issues and make grounded aircraft airborne again. However, the progress appears to be slightly below the original plans, meaning that safe take-off of Boeing 787 planes powered by the Trent 1000 engines will be […]

Boeing 787 Dreamliner for EGYPTAIR Flies Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Reading Time: 2 minutes Boeing delivered the fifth 787 Dreamliner for EGYPTAIR via a lease agreement with AerCap. Egypt’s national carrier took advantage of a new Boeing program and filled its new super-efficient airplane with biofuel for the flight home, underscoring the airline’s drive to improve the efficiency and sustainability of its operations. “We are committed to the sustainable […]

Korean Air Places Order for 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliners

Reading Time: 1 minute Korean Air has finalized an agreement with Boeing to order 20 787 Dreamliner airplanes – including 10 each of the 787-10 and 787-9 models – valued at $6.3 billion according to list prices. Along with an agreement to lease 10 additional 787-10 jets from Air Lease Corporation, the carrier will quadruple its Dreamliner fleet as […]

Air New Zealand Closes a Multi-Billion-Dollar Deal with Boeing

Reading Time: 1 minute Air New Zealand has finally agreed on the options for its long-haul fleet. It is Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner. According to the list prices, the value of the deal is $2.7 billion. Earlier this month the airline revealed it is considering between Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 aircraft. The were also rumours about the Boeing new […]

Air New Zealand to Decide in Favour of Boeing Aircraft?

Reading Time: 1 minute After 18 months of discussions, calculations and attempts to arrive at the final decision, Air New Zealand, an Auckland-based airline, has come closer to picking the aircraft to renew its widebody fleet. According to Reuters, it will be Boeing. Reportedly, the flag carrier of New Zealand is looking for an option to replace its eight […]

Aeromexico Boeing 787 Faces Speed Problems

Reading Time: 1 minute An Aeromexico Boeing 787-9, registration XA-ADH performing flight AM-26 from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Mexico City (Mexico), was climbing out of Amsterdam when the crew stopped the climb at FL250 and decided to return to Amsterdam reporting they had speed problems. The aircraft returned to Amsterdam for a safe landing on runway 06 about 70 minutes […]

Rolls-Royce: Reasons Behind Losses in 2018

Reading Time: 1 minute Rolls-Royce, a British aircraft engines manufacturer, announced 2018 results reporting £2.9 billion losses. Among the main reasons the company names long-running mechanical problems with Trent 1000 engines. Number of Trent 1000 powered aircraft operated by such major airlines as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air New Zealand and some others, were kept out of service due […]