• Lufthansa Boeing 777-9 to drop first class for 'Business Plus'?

    Lufthansa could drop first class from some of its forthcoming Boeing 777-9 jets in favour of a 'Business Plus' cabin as part of a review of the airline's future fleet, and is also unlikely to fit its new Boeing 777X business class seats onto its current fleet – including the Airbus A380s an...

    POSTED 2 Jun, 2017 8 Comments

  • Lufthansa: next-gen business class to have direct aisle access

    Lufthansa Boeing 777-9 business class gets direct aisle access Upgraded premium economy seat Fate of first class undecided EXCLUSIVE | Lufthansa's next generation of business class seats will adopt a new design which offers direct aisle access to every passenger, in what the Star Alli...

    POSTED 16 May, 2017 13 Comments

  • Qantas considering ultra-long range Airbus A350-900ULR

    Qantas is weighing up the ultra-long range Airbus A350 for its post-2020 fleet as the airline begins to redraw its network map around non-stop flights of 16+ hours. Speaking on the sidelines of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) conference in Dublin this week, Qantas CEO Alan Joy...

    POSTED 3 Jun, 2016 64 Comments

  • Qantas eyes non-stop Sydney-New York flights with Boeing 777-8X

    Qantas has its eye on non-stop Sydney to New York flights using the advanced Boeing 777-8X jetliner, which the airline has touted as a potential replacement for its flagship Airbus A380 superjumbo. The direct route would swap the long-standing Los Angeles stopover for a 19 hour 'Harbour Bri...

    POSTED 17 Nov, 2015 60 Comments

  • Qatar Airways boosts Boeing 777X order, will fly 777-8 and 777-9

    Qatar Airways has boosted its Boeing 777X order to include ten of the long-range 777-8X jets alongside its standing order for fifty of the larger Boeing 777-9X aircraft. The Boeing-friendly fillip, announced during this week's Paris Air Show, adds to a total of 320 orders and opti...

    POSTED 15 Jun, 2015 4 Comments

  • Qantas flags Boeing 777X as potential A380 replacement

    Qantas has flagged the Boeing 777X as a possible replacement for its Airbus A380s when it's eventually time for the superjumbos to be put out to pasture. While the Flying Kangaroo's short-term focus for renewing its fleet remains on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which would replace older Boeing 7...

    POSTED 8 Jun, 2015 71 Comments

  • Emirates to replace entire Boeing 777 fleet with 777X jets

    Emirates reportedly plans to upgrade its entire Boeing 777 fleet in favour of the next-gen Boeing 777X jet from 2020, marking a sweeping update for the Gulf colossus. With 150 of the 777X airliners on order, that's enough to see all 139 of Emirates' current 777 models – from the 777-2...

    POSTED 18 May, 2015 11 Comments

  • First Boeing 777X tipped for 2018

    The first Boeing 777X will trundle off the production line in 2018, a Boeing exec has revealed, as the company edges closer to commercial flights of the new long-range jets from 2020. That debutante is likely to be the Boeing 777-9X, although the X will be dropped as the plane makes its jou...

    POSTED 9 May, 2015 38 Comments

  • ANA firms up orders for 70 aircraft: A320neo, 777-9X, 787-9, 777-300ER

    ANA has firmed up two sizeable aircraft orders – one for 30 Airbus A320neo jets, and the other for 40 twin-aisle Boeing planes worth a staggering $13 billion at list prices. Comprised of 20 Boeing 777-9Xs, 14 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners and six Boeing 777-300ERs, the airline plans to use the ...

    POSTED 31 Jul, 2014 8 Comments

  • Air New Zealand considers Boeing 777X vs Airbus A350

    Air New Zealand will run the ruler over both the Boeing 777X and Airbus A350 as replacements for its current long-range Boeing 777 fleet, the airline revealed today. Also in the mix is a second batch of 787-9s with more premium seating for the North American market. "In the next decade we&...

    POSTED 10 Jul, 2014 5 Comments

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