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SEATTLE, Wash. - Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) announced that Tokyo-based Japan Airlines has ordered 6 Blended Winglet Systems (with options) for Boeing 767-300ER passenger aircraft.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Viking River Cruises today announced it has placed an order for two additional Viking Longships in 2013.
MIAMI, Fla. - Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. exercised its option to build a second Sunshine-class cruise ship to be delivered in the Spring 2015.
PARIS, France - Boeing and Air France-KLM Group have finalized an order for 25 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, with options.
DALLAS, Texas - Boeing and Southwest Airlines today announced a firm order for 150 fuel-efficient 737 MAX airplanes.
The State of Qatar’s national airline, Qatar Airways, has selected the A320neo as the reference aircraft for expanding its short to medium haul fleet and has increased its order for the A380.
Republic Airways Holdings, Inc., the parent company of Denver-based Frontier Airlines, has confirmed a previously announced (at the Paris Air Show in June) Memorandum of Understanding for 60 A320 New
Qantas has called off the dramatic grounding of its entire fleet after a tribunal ordered the Australian airline and trade unions to end a dispute that has stranded thousands of passengers.
TORONTO, Ontario - Bombardier Aerospace announced today that a Chinese airline, which has requested to remain unidentified at the present time, has signed a conditional purchase agreement for six CRJ9
WASHINGTON - Boeing and Nigeria's Arik Air today announced a deal for two 747-8 Intercontinental airplanes.
Qantas and Airbus have finalised a contract for 110 A320 Family aircraft, to help with the airline’s fleet renewal and expansion plans in the coming years.
SEATTLE, Wash. - Boeing and Thai Airways International (THAI) have finalized a firm order for six 777-300 Extended Range (ER) airplanes.
SEATTLE, Wash. - Boeing and Air Lease Corporation (ALC) have finalized an order for 14 Next-Generation 737-800s, with options for four more, and five 777-300ER (extended range) airplanes.