While the first new orders for the 737 MAX are now coming in, Boeing also lost a competition for the KC-46 against the Airbus A330-based MRTT. Listen in as our editors discuss the key highs and lows from day three of the 2019 Dubai Air Show.
Emirates Airline may end up buying more than the 150 Boeing 777Xs it has on firm order, and the airline is considering whether it could add the Airbus A350-1000 to its fleet as it is looking at future options to replace its A380 fleet.
In a surprise announcement on the third day of the Dubai Airshow, UAE defense officials confirmed they were in final negotiations with Saab for an additional two GlobalEyes.
Boeing’s MAX sales resurgence continued on the third day of the Dubai Airshow as the company announced a commitment from Air Astana for 30 MAXs and finalized a firm order behind the scenes for 20 more, Aviation Week confirmed.
Industry is gearing up to attend the 2019 edition of the Dubai Airshow which looks set to attract an eclectic mix of commercial and military aircraft from around the world to the Al Maktoum/ Dubai World Central International Airport on 17-21 November. Here are some of the interesting aircraft making an appearance at this year’s show based on the organizer’s published aircraft list.