After a slow sales day yesterday, things have picked up again as planes fly off the shelves for Boeing and Airbus.
Day 3 of the airshow proved to be slow, with few firm orders but quite a few agreements.
An order from Volga Depnr for Boeing kick-started day two at the Farnborough Airshow. Let’s look at how things rolled out.
Mitsubishi has confirmed that their MRJ90 demonstrator aircraft has been damaged at Farnborough and that further flying display has been cancelled.
Hot on the heels of the Airbus-Bombardier wedding comes the marriage of Boeing and Embraer, whose courtship has lasted months.
Indian Airline Vistara has announced a $3.1 billion order for A320/A321neo and B787 aircraft.
What can we expect from the Farnborough Airshow? Here’s one analysis.
Less than 24 hours after revealing the name and house livery of the A220 series, Airbus has locked in the first deal for the aircraft.
For one aircraft, it was a short journey from being a CS300 to becoming an Airbus A220-300.
Bad weather and a difficult approach came together, it appears, to cause yet another instance of Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), taking the lives of 66 passengers and crew in Iran.