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Asia/Singapore Sunday, 3rd March 2024
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Qantas orders more aircraft for international fleet

The Qantas Group has placed a firm order for 24 aircraft to progressively replace its existing A330s as part of its jet fleet renewal...

Boeing partners RSB to scale SAF production in South-east Asia

Boeing and the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) will conduct a joint study to scale sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production in South-east Asia. This project...

Authorities confirm no survivors on MU5735 crash

China's civil aviation authority determined on March 26 that all 132 people onboard China Eastern Airlines MU5735 that crashed on March 21 have perished. The...

Boeing predicts demand for 4,500 new planes in SE Asia over...

Aircraft manufacturer Boeing is expecting airlines in South-east Asia to need 4,500 new airplanes over the next 20 years, valued at US$710 billion at...

Boeing unveils first 737 Max 10 in low-key event

Boeing has rolled out its first 737 Max 10 in a ceremony witnessed by thousands of employees at the company’s Renton, Washington factory. In light...

APAC fuels greatest demand for commercial airline personnel

Asia-Pacific continues to drive global demand for commercial pilots, technicians and cabin crew, according to a new Boeing report. The 2019 Boeing Pilot & Technician...

Boeing 737 Max could return to the skies in 4Q2019

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may conduct a certification flight for Boeing 737 Max in October, heralding the possible return of the grounded jetliner...

Boeing may halt 737 Max production as plane grounding drags on

As Boeing reported its worst-ever loss arising from the global grounding of its flagship 737 Max after two fatal crashes, the aviation giant warned...

IATA urges coordinated effort to return Boeing 737 Max to service

With a new potential risk identified in the Boeing 737 Max, IATA urged state aviation safety regulators to continue to align on technical validation...

Boeing accepts responsibility for fatal 737 Max crashes

Boeing chairman, president and CEO Dennis Muilenburg has publicly apologised and extended his sympathies for the lives lost in the two recent air tragedies...

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