Chinese and Russian Widebody takes shape. Part 4.

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Is the A330neo engine Rolls Royce’s first carbon fan model?

The Airbus A330neo program has come a long way since our 29th of December article  “A330neo prospect gains traction.” With the Farnborough Air Show days away, we understand there are now Airbus internal job postings for engineers to join… Read More

War of Words between Airbus and Boeing over A330neo, 787

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Rolls-Royce plans for new single-aisle, twin-aisle airplane engines

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Looking ahead to 2014

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A330neo prospect gains traction

Note: The following was distributed to our e-mail list December 23. Last week, American Airlines (as predicted) swapped the A350-800s for A350-900s. The possibility of Airbus launching an A330 new engine option appears to be gaining ground. Our… Read More