7 THOUSAND AIRCRAFT IN TWENTY YEARS
Chinese airlines are planning to buy approximately 7 thousand transport aircraft for 1,1 trillion dollars in the next 20 years. This results from the prediction of American company Boeing.
“The Chinese fleet of transport aircraft is expected to grow at an above-average pace, nearly 20 percent of global demand for these machines comes from Chinese airlines,” said Boeing.
With the growth of both domestic and regional flights, the American manufacturer predicts that three quarters of the expected orders for 7240 aircraft will be single-aisle machines. Demand for wider aircraft should count up to 1670 machines.
BRITISH FIGHTER DIDN’T MANAGE LANDING
Pilot of aircraft type Eurofighter Typhoon originally flew to a CIAF air show to Hradec Kralove. Due to poor weather, however, he had to change destination and land in Pardubice.
LESS LUGGAGE ON BOARD
Irish low cost airline Ryanair wants to reduce the number of luggage that passengers can take on board because of the delays. The company has announced that as of November,
200 PASSENGERS GOT STUCK AT THE AIRPORT
About 200 Allegiant Airlines customers were stuck in Las Vegas. The airlines canceled their flights and only told them there will be no flights for at least two more days.