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Boeing has decided that there is, indeed, demand for a medium range jet to snuggle into the gap between the single-aisle 737 and the dual-aisle 787 Dreamliner.
Boeing took the first order for its 787-10 in 2010, when United Airlines signed up for 17 of the largest version of the company’s Dreamliner aircraft.
The 787-10 is the longest version of Boeing's Dreamliner and can seat more passengers than the 787-8 and the 787-9. Boeing plans to deliver the first 787-10 planes in 2018.
When Airbus announced its new A320neo single-aisle model in 2011, Boeing pooh-poohed the idea that it was a replacement for the 757. Now, Boeing may be singing a different tune.
At its investor meeting Tuesday, Airbus officially introduced a new version of its A321neo single-aisle jet, the A321neo 97t, for "97 tons."
In the first three days of the week-long Farnborough International Airshow, Boeing has taken new orders valued at $63 billion at current list prices.
Source: Airbus Group NVMalaysia-based low-cost carrier AirAsia signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus Tuesday for 50 A330-900neo aircraft for AirAsia X, the Malaysian company’s low-cost,...
UPDATE: Malaysia-based low-cost carrier AirAsia Bhd signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus Group NV Tuesday for 50 A330-900neo aircraft for AirAsia X, the Malaysian company’s low-cost,...
Source: Airbus Group NVFor those of you keeping score at home, the order tally so far shows Airbus with about $21 billion in new orders after one day’s gamesmanship at the Farnborough International...
Source: Airbus Group NVThe Farnborough International Airshow opened this morning and we finally received official word from Airbus Group that the aircraft maker will indeed build an A330neo. The...
Source: Airbus Group NVUPDATE: Airbus announced another order for its A320neo jets Monday morning. AerCap Holdings N.V. (NYSE: AER) will take another 50 of the narrow-body jets bringing the total...
In the battle between Airbus and Boeing for dominance in the commercial aircraft space, every skirmish matters. Not only is Boeing taking more orders than Airbus, it is delivering more planes.
August 9, 2013: U.S. equity markets opened lower this morning and bounced around below the break-even line most of the day. The day’s biggest economic news came from China, where the CPI rose 2.7%...
August 8, 2013: U.S. equity markets opened higher this morning after China reported that its trade surplus narrowed to $17.1 billion in July, well below an expected surplus of $27.2 billion....
Source: Courtesy Boeing Co.Early this morning, Airbus, the aircraft-making division of European Aeronautics Defence and Space Co. (EADS), signed a deal to supply European airlines easyJet with 135 of...