Emirates launched their phenomenal "Game Changer" First Class Suite on a new Boeing 777 during Dubai Air Show in November 2017. I was among the first to see the new product. Ever since then, I have been hoping to fly on it to have the real experience. Show More Summary
Everyone knows about Emirates have the largest fleet of A380 and B777 passenger planes. But they also have 1 Airbus A319 ACJ Executive Jet under the brand of Emirates Executive. During the Dubai Air Show 2017, I was invited for a private tour. Show More Summary
While attending Dubai Air Show 2017, aviation blogger Sam Chui took an inside look at the world’s largest, most luxurious, and only privately owned Boeing 787 Dreamliner jumbo jet. Deer Jet’s remodeled “Dream Jet” features a gigantic main lounge area, dining spaces, a beautiful master bedroom with a 42-inch television, a dressing room, and a...
Forget what you read coming out of the Dubai Air Show last week about Boom. You're NOT going to be flying supersonic next year or even this decade. Unless maybe you happen to be a test pilot for the company. And even then... The post The false hope of supersonic travel in 2018 appeared first on Wandering Aramean.
Authored by Andrei Akulov via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Dubai Airshow 2017, one of the largest and most successful air shows in the world, ended on Nov.16, having drawn over 79,000 trade visitors, up around 20% over the last version of the event in 2015. Show More Summary
According to Russian news agency TASS, during the Dubai Air Show 2017, Sergey Chemazov, the CEO of the Russian state corporation Rostec, has announced that 26% (minus one share) of Kalashnikov Concern will be sold to private investors. The decision is already made and awaits approval from the government of Russian Federation. Show More Summary
Well it seems both Airbus and Boeing have rolled out the big guns on the last day of the Dubai Air Show, with both announcing massive orders. Airbus Airbus were first out of the traps today with an MoU by Indigo Partners for an order for… 430 A320neo aircraft. Show More Summary
Airbus and Boeing have landed three mega-deals this week for a total of 695 planes worth $92 billion. It's the latest chapter in the sales battle between the two manufacturers. Before the 2017 Dubai Air Show, Boeing was leading 690 planes...Show More Summary
Just your average, quiet closing day at the air show. Right up until orders for some 650 aircraft represting $70 billion (list price) were announces. So, yeah, things are definitely changing in the market now. The post Massive orders close out the 2017 Dubai Air Show appeared first on Wandering Aramean.
Airbus will sell hundreds of planes to U.S. firm Indigo Partners for $49.5billion (£37billion). Announced at the Dubai Air Show, the deal will include 273 A320neos and 157 A321neos.
Well, Airbus left it rather late in the Dubai Air Show to get something for its efforts – but it seems it’s paid off with a Memorandum of Understanding between it and Golden Falcon Aviation. They provide aircraft to Wataniya Airways. Show More Summary
Emirates ordered 40 Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners at the 2017 Dubai Air Show. The airline was expected to order more Airbus A380s. Emirates is concerned that Airbus may cancel the A380 program. "Most operators of the A380 I've talked toShow More Summary
Well, after a little teasing last night, it seems Bombardiers C Series programme has snagged a customer, with EgyptAir signing a Letter of Intent to purchase for up to 24 C Series aircraft The Letter of Intent calls for 12 CS300 aircraft as part of an order, with purchase rights for a further twelve. Show More Summary
We are knee deep in the Dubai Air Show. Yesterday was the halfway point, and we have seen many orders, developments and amazing displays. Although I will have a full report on the occurrences at the show (specifically on product development and orders), I wanted to share a set of rumors I read online from […]
The Dubai Air Show is on …. and normally, I’d be doing my usual digest. Except – as some of you know, I’m a little bit pre-occupied at the moment. Let’s have a look at who’s been buying what, and it’s mostly Boeing that’s been doing the selling so far. Show More Summary
Dubai-based Emirates said it will add 40 Boeing 787-10 “Dreamliners” to its fleet in a deal worth $15.1 billion at list prices.
Emirates Airline kicked off the 2017 Dubai Air Show on Sunday with the unveiling of its brand new first class suite. The suite, which will debut in December on its fleet of Boeing 777-300ER jets, offers Emirates passengers a new take...Show More Summary
The new Emirates first class launches December 1 flying to Geneva and Brussels. The cabin was revealed this morning at the Dubai Air Show after a long wait. It's a gorgeous suite. It's far more understated than the current bright golf motif. Continue reading Emirates Just Revealed New First Class Suites and They’ll Be Flying in Weeks...
The biennial Dubai Air Show opened Sunday with hometown long-haul carrier Emirates making a $15.1-billion buy of American-made Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners, as the world's biggest defense companies promoted their weapons amid heightened tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Other airlines also are...