US aerospace manufacturer Boeing is one of the best-known names in all of aviation. The Chicago-headquartered company employs more than 140,000 people worldwide, and produces both commercial and military aircraft. Over more than a century of operations, it has produced some of the most iconic airliners of all time, such as the famous 747 family.
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The airline plans to start long-haul flights in September 2023.
This week, Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the new Mexicana de Aviación would be launched in 2023.
Over the next 10 to 12 years, we should see much fruit of the industry’s labor.
Mainly designed in collaboration with specific airlines, these are special extended range or shorter-range variants that didn't sell too well.
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These heavier, early Boeing 787s took the company years to sell - likely at a significant discount.
The airline has doubled its requirements.
The carrier will eventually operate three different MAX variants.
The aircraft will fly on the highest available blend of Sustainable Aviation Fuel and provide data to increase operational efficiency.
Due to delivery delays, Southwest has lowered its expectations as it anticipates receiving 70 MAX 8s instead of 90 this year.
The first deliveries from this batch are set to occur in four years.
Situational Awareness Tools calculate landing distance and go-around points to assist pilots during approach and landing.
The manufacturer still expects to deliver between 400-450 MAXs in 2023.
Losses were narrowed but still fell short of analyst predictions.
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