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a large jet plane that carries passengers

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A major new program has been awarded to Aircelle (Safran), with the company's selection to supply nacelles for Airbus' latest A330 version - the A330neo (new engine option) jetliner.
The aircraft anointing ceremony for the two new jetliners was attended by acting THAI President Chokchai Panyayong, who is also THAI s Senior Executive Vice President for Strategies and Business Development.
London: Monarch Airlines plans to order as many as 62 single-aisle jetliners by the end of September as the UK charter carrier seeks to transform itself into a discount operator along the lines of EasyJet.
Skymark, which has so far run domestic flights, said it plans to launch regular international flights and fly double-decker A380 jetliners between Narita airport near Tokyo and London from November 2014 and between Narita and Frankfurt afterward.
AIRBUS parent company EADS is planning to increase jetliner production after a spate of new orders raised hopes of an end to a steep industry recession.
According to the 2009-2028 Global Market Forecast, there will be a demand for over 1,700 very large aircraft, which can seat more than 400 passengers, over the next 20 years, as well as 6,250 twin-aisle category jetliners and freighters and 17,000 single-aisle jetliners.
Supporters believe that small jetliners capable of handling about 60 passengers would be a good fit for the Antelope Valley.
4 billion, the first major leasing company to sign up for the US firm's newest jetliner ILFC, a subsidiary of American International Group, completed the deal late last week but apparently requested that Boeing - a major source of work for aircraft component makers in the West Midlands - post the orders on its web site as "unidentified" until later, according to one report in the US.
Such a team could ultimately create a rivalry as fierce as that for commercial jetliners, a battle in which Airbus has gained the upper hand.
Skeptics need only consider the fortuitous experience of the detector-equipped Federal Express DC-10 cargo jetliner that caught fire at 33,000 feet on September 5, 1996.
GENEVA -- Genesis Custom Jetliners (GCJ), the leading value option in the commercial aircraft conversion and luxury business jet markets, today announced it is extending its global sales operations into Europe and the Middle East.
FedEx's fleet is primarily made-up of retired jetliners purchased at discount prices.
Emirates, who inked a deal for 150 aircraft, Qatar Airways - 50, and Etihad Airways - 25 jetliners are among the 777X launch customers.
Singapore Airlines on Friday resumed flights of some of its Airbus A380 jetliners, hours after announcing it was delaying such flights for precautionary checks.
Bombardier Aerospace, a manufacturer of commercial aircraft and business jets, has announced that Brit Air (Morlaix, France), a wholly owned subsidiary of Air France, has ordered six extra Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen jetliners.