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Paris Airshow 2023: Day 2 Roundup

Day 2 of the Paris Airshow 2023 continued the momentum set on the opening day, with a series of significant announcements and deals that further shaped the narrative of this year’s event. Here’s a roundup of the key highlights from Day 2:

ESA Outlines Ambitious Lunar and Mars Missions

The European Space Agency (ESA) stole the show with its ambitious plans for lunar and Mars missions. The agency’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of space exploration was evident in its unveiling of a new lunar rover and the Ariane 6 rocket. ESA is also a key partner in NASA’s Artemis program, which aims to return humans to the Moon by 2024. This announcement marks a significant step forward in space exploration and showcases the collaborative efforts of international space agencies. Read more

Air India Embarks on Massive Fleet Expansion

Air India announced a massive fleet expansion, with a staggering order of 540 aircraft from Boeing and Airbus. This move signals Air India’s intent to significantly increase its market share and improve its services. The order, one of the largest in recent history, underscores the airline’s ambitious growth plans and its confidence in the future of the aviation industry. Read more

Skytrax Announces the Winners of 2023

The prestigious Skytrax World Airline Awards announced its winners for 2023, adding another layer of excitement to the second day of the Paris Air Show. The awards, considered the Oscars of the aviation industry, recognize the best airlines in various categories, providing a benchmark for excellence in the industry. Read more

Philippine Airlines Expands Fleet with Airbus A350-1000 Order

Philippine Airlines announced a significant expansion of its fleet with an order for Airbus A350-1000 aircraft. This move will enable the airline to meet growing demand and improve its services. The A350-1000 is renowned for its fuel efficiency and passenger comfort, making it an excellent addition to the airline’s fleet. Read more

Qantas Finalises Order for Nine More Airbus A220-300s

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Qantas finalised an order for nine more Airbus A220-300s, signaling its intent to expand its services and meet growing demand. The A220-300 is known for its fuel efficiency and passenger comfort, making it a valuable addition to Qantas’s fleet. Read more

China Airlines Strengthens Fleet with Order of Eight Additional 787-9 Dreamliners

China Airlines announced an order for eight additional 787-9 Dreamliners, strengthening its fleet and enhancing its services. The Dreamliner is renowned for its fuel efficiency and passenger comfort, making it an excellent addition to the airline’s fleet. [Read more](https://aviationforaviators.com/2023/06/20/china-airlines-st

American Airlines Places Firm Order for Seven E175s

American Airlines placed a firm order for seven E175s, which will be operated by its wholly-owned subsidiary, Envoy Air. The E175s are known for their fuel efficiency and passenger comfort, making them a valuable addition to American Airlines’ regional services. This order also signifies American Airlines’ commitment to enhancing its regional connectivity across the United States. Read more

Air Algerie Invests in Fleet Modernization with Eight Boeing 737-9 Jets

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Boeing and Air Algérie today confirmed an order for eight fuel-efficient 737-9 jets at the Paris Air Show. (Image: Boeing)

Air Algerie announced an investment in fleet modernization with an order for eight Boeing 737-9 jets. This move will help the airline to improve its services and meet growing demand. The 737-9 jets are known for their fuel efficiency and passenger comfort, making them a valuable addition to Air Algerie’s fleet. Read more

Avolon Commits to 40 More 737 MAX Airplanes to Bolster Its Fleet

Boeing and Avolon, the international aircraft leasing company, today announced an order for 40 737 MAX airplanes at the Paris Air Show. (Image: Boeing)

Avolon, the international aircraft leasing company, confirmed an order for 40 additional 737 MAX airplanes at the Paris Air Show. This order showcases their belief in the increasing demand for this model among their customers. The 737 MAX, on average, saves up to 8 million pounds of CO2 annually compared to the airplanes it replaces, thereby reducing fuel use and emissions by 20%. Read more

Volaris Soars with Purchase of 25 A321neo Aircraft from Airbus, Boosting Fleet and Financial Strength

Volaris has purchased 25 A321neo aircraft from Airbus, a move that will boost its fleet and financial strength. The new aircraft will help the airline to improve its services and meet growing demand. The A321neo is known for its fuel efficiency and passenger comfort, making it a valuable addition to Volaris’s fleet. Read more

Stay tuned for more updates from the Paris Airshow 2023 as we continue to cover this exciting event.


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