PARIS— Boeing flew past Airbus in the race for plane orders at this year's Paris Air Show, thanks to a surge in interest in the newest version of the 737.. Boeing reported Thursday it registered firm orders or promised orders for 571 planes this week, worth $74.8 billion at list prices. Airbus won a late boost from two big orders from Iran, which is expanding its...
The U.S. plane manufacturer Boeing has taken a commanding lead over Airbus in the race to win new orders at the Paris Air Show this week.
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PARIS— The Latest on the Paris Air Show:. Buyers included Ryanair, China's Okay Airways and the Aviation Capital Group leasing company. The head of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration says the boom in drone popularity is "a huge game changer" similar "to powered flight or jet engines."
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CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from the Paris Air Show on some of the latest big commercial and defense aircraft orders.
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He called the blockade illegal and said customers are returning to Qatar Airways and again using Qatar as an aviation hub after an initial hit to business. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut ties with Qatar this month and blocked air, sea and land traffic with Qatar over its support for Islamist groups and ties with Iran. In an Associated Press...
The industry is eager to show off its wares at the Paris show after a string of public relations embarrassments recently, from the United Airlines' passenger getting dragged off a flight to British Airways' massive outage. Airbus announced the first big deal of the week: a firm order for 100 single-aisle A320neo planes by General Electric's aircraft leasing arm,...
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg talks about international air traffic demand, the laptop ban in the Middle East, trends in defense and hypersonic jets.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg talks about the company’s portfolio, with specific comment on the market and the Boeing 737.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg takes a look at overall commercial airplane demand at the Paris Air Show, with comment on orders.