Boeing’s 787-10 and the 787 at 10

As Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner begins its second decade, the promises that this first composite airliner will fly farther, cheaper and with less fuel burn than previous generations have been clearly demonstrated. 630 aircraft are currently in service with 45 airlines on every continent, with Boeing citing 218 … [Read more...]

Embraer’s E190-E2 cleared for airline service

Embraer's E190-E2 regional jet has received certification from authorities in Brazil, Europe and the United States, paving the way for first delivery to Scandinavia-based carrier Wideroe. The aircraft received its type certificate from the Brazilian Civil Aviation Agency (Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil … [Read more...]

ATR sets sights on replacement market

ATR has Australia's ageing regional fleet in its sights as it seeks new opportunities in this part of the world following the reduction of Virgin Australia's turboprop operations. The Toulouse-based manufacturer, which is jointly owned by Airbus and Leonardo, offers the ATR 42-600 (46-50 seats) and the ATR … [Read more...]