Air International 2019-03
CANADIAN AIRLINE WestJet took delivery in January 2019 of its largest ever aircraft, the Boeing 787-9, as the carrier prepares to use the Dreamliner in a new phase of global expansion for the carrier.
EASA certification clears the way for the Global 7500 business jet to be operated by customers based in the EU.
Falcon 8X c/n 464 in one of the production line assembly stations.
A Falcon 8X undergoing tests in the foreground with a Falcon 7X in the background.
Airbus A330-302 EI-EDY (msn 1025) was the first Aer Lingus widebody to be repainted and is pictured here during the rebrand launch event at the carrier's Hangar 6 in Dublin.
Plain and largely white fuselages are in vogue for airline liveries.
Boeing says its input into Aerion’s AS2 supersonic business jet will accelerate technology development and aircraft design.
BELL HELICOPTER used the CES 2019 technology exhibition in Las Vegas in January to reveal a full-scale mock-up of its Nexus air taxi vehicle.
Acropolis Aviation Chief Pilot Phil Lintott-Clarke, ACJ President Benoit Defforge and Acropolis Aviation CEO Jonathan Bousfield, pictured with the first ACJ320neo.
LOW-COST carrier Cebu Pacific has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo, RP-C4118 (msn 8608).