SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 1-2023<< Previous Issue
The former national carrier has placed bulk orders with aircraft manufacturers Airbus and Boeing for aircraft as well as for engines with Rolls-Royce, GE Aerospace & CFM
Presenting the Union budget for 2023-24, Union Finance Minister said that fifty additional airports, heliports, water aerodromes and advance landing grounds will be revived for improving regional air connectivity
In an extensive interview with Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP’s AirBuz, Arjan Meijer, President & CEO of Embraer Commercial Aviation talks about how Embraer has created a niche for itself as an aircraft manufacturer and its plans for the future
Aircraft engine is a highly complex machine. Manufacturers of these engines have to ensure that they are able to operate at very high altitudes and at very high speeds in different temperatures.
With more than 13,000 large commercial engines installed, Pratt & Whitney provides dependable power to hundreds of airlines and operators every day
The UUAM operations will require a separate, newly created airspace with a new set of rules and standards. Integrating them with the current ATC system will be very complex and is unlikely.
“It’s Not Just a Bet on Cargo or on GMR Capability, It’s a Bet on India” —Salil Gupte, President, Boeing India
Tata Group’s Air India last month signed blockbuster agreements for purchase of 470 aircraft. It comprises of 250 aircraft from Airbus and 220 aircraft from Boeing.
Boeing and Japan Airlines (JAL) have finalised an order for 21 super-efficient 737-8 jets. The versatile 737-8 will position JAL to strengthen its domestic and regional network as passenger traffic continues to return to pre-pandemic levels.
Boeing and Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) announced the national flagcarrier will grow its long-haul fleet with the selection of up to 49 787 Dreamliners.
Boeing and Riyadh Air announced that the new Saudi Arabian carrier has chosen the 787 Dreamliner to power its global launch and support its goal of operating one of the most efficient and sustainable fleets in the world.
Lufthansa Group has signed an agreement with Airbus to expand its fleet by 10 Airbus A350-1000s and five Airbus A350-900s.
Boeing and EVA Air finalised an order for five additional 787-9 Dreamliners, a repeat order for Boeing’s super-efficient widebody jet.
Air New Zealand has signed an agreement with Embraer to join its Energia Advisory Group – a group of airlines, lessors, manufacturers and other aviation experts advising Embraer’s Energia project developing sustainable aircraft for the future.
CFM International and ST Engineering’s Commercial Aerospace business have signed a CFM Branded Service Agreement (CBSA) for LEAP-1A and LEAP-1B engines.
The Pratt & Whitney GTF MRO network welcomed its second operational facility in Japan, and 11th worldwide, with the addition of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Aero Engines Ltd (MHIAEL), part of Japanese Aero Engine Corporation.
Boeing has agreements to purchase 5.6 million gallons (21.2 million litres) of blended sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to support its US commercial operations through 2023.
Bernard Marquez has been appointed Head of Quality at ATR, effective March 1, 2023. He takes the lead of an integrated and independent Quality function.
As the commercial aviation industry emerges from COVID-19 there are new challenges and new opportunities. Embraer Commercial is ideally positioned to take advantage of this realignment in the aviation sector as airlines look to reconfigure their fleet and operations.