BOEING IS EXPECTING A BIG ORDER FROM INDIA
Up to 2100 aircraft worth $ 290 billion. This is the order expected by the American manufacturer of Boeing aircraft from Indian Airlines over the next 20 years.
“It’s the highest number the company in its outlooks ever predicted for this third largest Asian economy.”
India is one of the fastest growing aviation markets in the world. In recent years, the annual pace of domestic passenger transport exceeds 20 percent.
Boeing estimates 41,030 aircraft as world demand for transport aircraft over the next 20 years, India should account for about five percent.
Boeing assumes the greatest interest will be in single-aisle airplanes. That is for example the next generation 737 and 737 MAX. Indian airlines could order up to 1780 of these.
QANTAS IMPROVES SAFETY MEASURES AGAINST TERRORISM
Australian Qantas Airlines reinforces security measures on flights from the Philippines due to a terrorist threat. The airlines ranked the airport in Manila as risky because foreign terrorists - apparently
PRAISE FOR AIRLINES
Finally, we can praise some of the airlines for their approach to passengers. Specifically, Southwest Airlines and their help to a mother who was experiencing a huge family crisis. When Peggy
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.