Pemco World Air Services (PEMCO) has redelivered its first 737-300 passenger-to-freighter (PTF) converted aircraft to Guangdong Long Hao Aviation Group.
Boeing has sought to sway the policy of president-elect Donald Trump by announcing a contract for 80 wide- and narrowbody aircraft with Iran Air.
The deal, which builds on a memorandum of understanding from the summer, was reached according to the terms of a government licence issued to Boeing in September.
However, that licence could be revoked if Trump follows through on campaign promises to rip up an agreement by the Obama administration to ease sanctions on Iran.
Swedish maintenance provider Täby Air Maintenance (TAM) has been selected by Scottish airline Loganair to convert two of its Saab 340Bs to cargo configuration.
AFI KLM E&M will provide component support for low-cost carrier AirAsia’s fleet of Airbus A320neo aircraft, scheduled to number 304 aircraft.
The FAA is issuing an airworthiness directive requiring urgent attention by operators of 787s to avoid the possibility that all three computer modules that manage the jet's flight-control surfaces could briefly stop working in flight.
Fiji Airways has selected the Boeing 737 MAX 8 to replace its existing narrowbody fleet from 2018.
Blue Panorama Airlines and Meridiana have both ordered derivatives of Aviointeriors’ Andromeda business-class seats to be used as crew-rest seats on their Boeing 767s.
TAP Portugal is updating cabin equipment for short- and medium-haul flights with lightweight seats from Recaro Aircraft Seating. Forty-one A320-family aircraft will be equipped with a total of 6,600 Recaro SL3510 and BL3530 seats.
With the influx of new aircraft, Icelandair has made significant changes to its maintenance operation in the past five years. Jens Thordarson, the airline’s VP technical operations, tells James Pozzi about its MRO adjustments.