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TUI signed agreement for sale and leaseback of the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 for 90 million USD

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Nov 2020

TUI signed agreement for sale and leaseback of the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 for 90 million USD

German travel company TUI AG signed new agreement for sale and leaseback of two new airplanes Boeing 737 MAX 8 with Singapore leasing company of the airplanes BOC Aviation Ltd. on the amount of 90 million USD. Tourist agency the stocks of which are listed on Royal Exchange informed that two new airplanes should be delivered during winter 2020-2021 but new lease agreement should come…

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Secret airplane was tested with mysterious container

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Oct 2020

Secret airplane was tested with mysterious container

American photograph Steve Lee captured moment of testing experiment jet aircraft Model 401 “Son of Ares” manufactured by Scaled Composites company. Military expert Tayler Rogoway was surprised by strange container on the bottom of the body on the fore body of the airplane: it is quite possible that it may be used for laser installation. The moment of airplane’s landing was captured in the area…

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Which passengers are considered the most valuable for flight attendants

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Oct 2020

Which passengers are considered the most valuable for flight attendants

When passengers enter on the board of the airplane the steward’s task is not only in placing your luggage and find your seat. For crew members is important to determine potentially dangerous and the most helpful passengers in the airplane. Let’s see which passengers flight attendants are glad to see the most. Of course, everyone likes politeness, that is why crew members most likely will…

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American Airlines withdraws from service airplanes Airbus A330 and postpones deliveries of Boeing 737MAX

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Oct 2020

American Airlines withdraws from service airplanes Airbus A330 and postpones deliveries of Boeing 737MAX

Airline company American Airlines withdraws from service wide-body airplanes Airbus A330 and also postpones deliveries of the airplanes Boeing 737MAX to later dates. These actions are taken as response measures to protracted crisis in aviation industry related to coronavirus pandemic. According to The Financial Times data carrier arranged postponement of deliveries of 18 airplanes Boeing 737MAX that have to arrive to the fleet of the…

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USA offered their way to settle dispute between Boeing and Airbus

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Oct 2020

USA offered their way to settle dispute between Boeing and Airbus

Dispute between Boeing and Airbus the biggest ever examined by World Trade Organization arose 16 years ago. United States offered to settle long-running dispute about aid grants for airplanes with European Union and abolish the duty on wine, whiskey and other products if Airbus will pay billions dollars of aid to European countries. Offer was made by US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer few days before…

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First order for Airbus narrow-body airplanes from January

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Oct 2020

First order for Airbus narrow-body airplanes from January

Greek regional airline company Sky Express placed firm order for four airplanes Airbus A320neo and will take on lease two more aircrafts of this type in Aviation Capital Group. Additional transport capacities carrier needs to expand international appearance. For European aviation company this order became first order for narrow-body airplanes from the Customer who decided not to hide since January when American low-cost airline company…

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Boeing: to 2039 the fleet of civil airplanes will reach 48400 units. Part 3

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Oct 2020

Boeing: to 2039 the fleet of civil airplanes will reach 48400 units. Part 3

According to new forecast of the civil aviation market from Boeing during 20 years in the world is forecasted growth of passenger flow in average by 4%. It is expected that to 2039 fleet of civil airplanes will reach 48400 units. For comparison for today in the world are operated 25900 airplanes. During this period Asia continues to increase its per cent in number of…

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Boeing: to 2039 the fleet of civil airplanes will reach 48400 units. Part 2

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Oct 2020

Boeing: to 2039 the fleet of civil airplanes will reach 48400 units. Part 2

In the short term demand on services in the aerospace industry reduced. Nevertheless, according to the Boeing Market Outlook 2020 forecast volume of the services market will reach 3 trillion USD in terms of money to 2029. At the same time digital decisions acquire even more value because airline companies change business models to meet new market conditions. Services and support during entire life cycle…

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Boeing: to 2039 the fleet of civil airplanes will reach 48400 units. Part 1

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Oct 2020

Boeing: to 2039 the fleet of civil airplanes will reach 48400 units. Part 1

Boeing company published annual forecast of the market of civil and military aerospace industry that reflects negative influence of COVID-19 pandemic. Forecast includes estimation of short-term, medium-term and long-term dynamic of the market. According to the market forecast of Boeing company (Boeing Market Outlook 2020), civil aviation and services will continue to experience serious difficulties because of pandemic while government order and military aviation industry…

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Airline company transfers lease agreements to hourly service

12

Oct 2020

Airline company transfers lease agreements to hourly service

Participants of air transport industry continue to show creative approaches to the problem with payments for the lease of the airplanes and aviation engines and find new decisions. In such a way, Mexican airline company Aeromexico signed agreements with 27 Lessors according to which lease of 100 assets is converted to agreements of hourly service (power-by-the-hour). This move was approved by the US bankruptcy court…

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