Boeing 737-800

By Chen Chuanren
The Civil Aviation Administration of China is yet to say why a China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800 nose-dived into the ground two years ago.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Kurt Hofmann
Flydubai is preparing to begin retrofitting the interiors of its Boeing 737-800s now that the previous-generation aircraft are set to stay in service longer.
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
The Pacific Island carrier is boosting its fleet of Boeing 737 passenger and freighter aircraft and plans to add more to continue its replacement program.
Airlines & Lessors

By Keith Mwanalushi
Sourcing Boeing 737-700 aircraft assets in today's market is proving challenging for disassembly specialists.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Aaron Karp
Copa Airlines will add its 16th U.S. destination with service to RDU in June, plus new routes to Mexico and Brazil.
Airports & Networks

Aviation Week Staff
Russia’s federal air transport agency Rosaviatsia has told S7 Airlines to change its de-icing procedures after its Boeing 737-800s suffered engine stalls.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Alan Dron
The two-year-old airline plans to launch its first service to the UK with a 6X-weekly service between Milan Bergamo to London Southend beginning March 25.
Airlines & Lessors

By Sean Broderick
Airservices Australia is evaluating assumptions air traffic controllers use for sequencing arriving and departing aircraft following an April 2023 incident.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Adrian Schofield
Airlines including Cebu Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways and Cathay Pacific are planning to place major orders.
Singapore Airshow

By David Casey
Ryanair is resuming service on a UK domestic route after almost a decade.
Airports & Networks

By Aaron Karp
Aeroitalia, which launched operations in 2022, will open service between Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY) and London Southend Airport (SEN) in March.
Airports & Networks

By Kurt Hofmann
SunExpress on how it prepared for maintenance of Boeing 737-800s damp-leased to South African Airways.
MRO

By Lee Ann Shay
Fleets are set to grow in all sectors except military and year-over-year growth is projected to be highest for the commercial and business aviation aftermarket.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By David Casey
SkyTeam member Air Algérie plans to return to Madrid in January and boost frequencies to Barcelona.
Airports & Networks

By Jens Flottau
SunExpress and South African Airways (SAA) are close to signing an agreement for the leisure airline to fly aircraft for SAA during the European winter season.
Airlines & Lessors

By Rob Hall
Wet lease operator KlasJet is planning ACMI fleet and regional expansion, but new aircraft delivery and engine issues may be roadblocks.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Aaron Karp
United says its capacity at IAH will be up 10% for the 2023/24 Northern Hemisphere winter season compared to the prior year.
Airports & Networks

By Chen Chuanren
China’s Juneyao Airlines says it will take full ownership of LCC 9 Air by acquiring the shares owned by 9 Air Chairman Ji Guangping.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
Ethiopian Airlines tells Aviation Daily in a one-to-one interview in London that “new authorities in Nigeria wanted to look into how the agreements were made.”
Airlines & Lessors

By Guy Norris
ADL says it has fine-tuned the mod package for the 737-800 to gain additional fuel burn savings after validating its technology during initial 737-700 trials.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Aaron Karp
Malaysia Airlines is operating the new routes to ATQ and TRV twice weekly with Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Airports & Networks

By Karen Walker
Lessor BOC Aviation's Irish unit received the money for the detained Pobeda 737-800s under a settlement with Russian insurance company NSK.
Airlines & Lessors

By Chen Chuanren
Singapore Airlines also says its fleet product revamp is one of the major factors in why the flag-carrier has not returned to 100% capacity.
Airlines & Lessors

By Aaron Karp
Rex's Deputy Chairman John Sharp says in a statement that the service will provide an additional 124,000 annual seats on the BNE-ADL route.
Airports & Networks

By Chen Chuanren
The route to the Philippine capital will be serviced by one of Greater Bay Airlines' four Boeing 737-800s.
Airports & Networks