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Jul 19, 2012 Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines today announced an order for one additional 777-200LR (Longer Range) Worldliner, adding to the airline's fleet of five 777-200LRs. The order is valued at approximately $276 million at list price. "The 777-200LR has been a fantastic airplane for Ethiopian Airlines," said Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO of Ethiopian Airlines. "The performance and range of the airplane allowed us to open direct routes from Washington D.C to Addis Ababa as well as Addis Ababa to Beijing, Toronto and other long range routes. In line with our Vision 2025, we plan to provide more and more non-stop long-haul flights to connect east, west, north and south using the strategic location of our Addis Ababa hub. This additional airplane will let us take full advantage of the performance and economics of this great airplane." The ... Read more

Jun 25, 2012 Transaero Airlines, Russia’s second largest airline, has completed a purchase agreement with Airbus for four A380 aircraft. The agreement was signed today by Olga Pleshakova, Transaero Airlines CEO and Christopher Buckley, Airbus’ Executive Vice President Europe, Asia and the Pacific on the first ... Read more

Jun 19, 2012 Airbus has launched an enhanced Customer Support Network in India which combines numerous individual Field Service support stations into one integrated team. Through this network Airbus now has a continuous and extended Field Service presence, operating from two city hubs at Mumbai and Delhi, to offer ... Read more


Jun 01, 2012 TEAM.Aero is pleased to provide its community with Monthly Special Aircraft Reports for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer provided by Collateral VerificationsThe Current Market The 737-800 market availability had been extremely limited due to the strong demand for the aircraft in recent years.... Read more


Jun 01, 2012 Boeing today marked the 20th delivery of its new 747-8. The airplane, a 747-8 Freighter, was delivered to Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. Atlas Air will operate it on behalf of Panalpina, the Swiss-based freight operator. This marks the first time in Panalpina's history ... Read more


May 01, 2012 TEAM.Aero is pleased to provide its community with Monthly Special Aircraft Reports for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer provided by Collateral VerificationsAIRCRAFT MARKET SUMMARY A321-200 The Current Market The current market demand for the new Airbus A321-200 has remained strong over the ... Read more

Mitsubishi Regional Jet

Apr 30, 2012 Since its establishment in 2008, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation (MITAC) has aggressively conducted world-wide Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) sales campaigns focusing on the 70-100 seat regional jet market that is envisioned to exceed more than 5,000 units over the next 20 years. Airlines have placed high expectations on the ... Read more

787 Dreamliner Rolls Out - First in South Carolina

Apr 27, 2012 The first Boeing 787 Dreamliner to be assembled in South Carolina rolled out of final assembly today to great fanfare from the crowd of nearly 7,000 Boeing employees and invited guests. The festival-like atmosphere, featuring aerial displays, music and entertainment, was a fitting celebration to commemorate ... Read more


Apr 25, 2012 Boeing has delivered the first 747-8 Intercontinental passenger airliner to Deutsche Lufthansa AG, beginning a new era for the world's most recognized airplane, and beginning a new era of increased efficiency, stronger environmental performance and greater enjoyment for Lufthansa and its passengers. "Lufthansa and Boeing have a long and proud history of working together to bring new innovations to the airline industry," said Jim Albaugh,... Read more

A350 WXB at Final Assembly Line

Apr 25, 2012 v>   Airbus has delivered the aft fuselage for the A350 XWB static test airframe to the final assembly line in Toulouse (France). This final section of the fuselage will be assembled with the front and centre fuselage sections which were joined up in early April.... Read more

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