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The Egyptian airline buys 4 Russian aircraft Sukhoi Superjet

Egyptian private company Egyptian Leisure Airlines will buy at least four Russian regional airliner Sukhoi Superjet with an option for another six. This was announced on Tuesday, a senior vice-president of the company "Sukhoi Civil Aircraft" (SCAC) Eugene Andrachnikov, reports Reuters.

In 2015, the Boeing business jet has put 8 aircraft

Last year, Boeing Business Jets (a division of Boeing for the production of business jets) delivered to the customer, eight aircraft in the "green" version. It is about five Boeing 737 BBJ and BBJ 747-8 three.

Larger business jets feel stagnating business aviation market

The continued weakening of the market prospects of business jets with large lounges leads the market of business aviation to new post-crisis lows.

Iran Air has bought 20 aircraft ATR 72-600 s

Iran gradually rises from the ruins, which came as a result of economic sanctions.

Flight tests of the business jet Dassault Falcon 5X postponed for 2017

French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation lays flight tests of a new business jet super mid Dassault Falcon 5X for 2017, reports Flight International.

Saudi loukoster Flynas intends to buy up to 100 Boeing and Airbus aircraft

Representatives loukostera Flynas Saudi Arabia intend to buy up to 100 new aircraft Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier. Guide Flynas eve already started negotiations with aircraft manufacturers, as reported by news agency Bloomberg.

Cameroon Airlines acquired Chinese aircraft Xian MA 60

Xian MA60 is a deep modernization of the Soviet AN-24. January 24, the first commercial flight of the Chinese turboprop passenger plane Xian MA60, owned Cameroon Airlines.

Iran wants to buy at least 200 aircraft BOEING AND AIRBUS

According to him, Tehran next week to sign an agreement for the purchase of France 114 passenger aircraft Airbus. The implementation of this program became apparent after the recent cancellation of international sanctions against Iran.

Iran is ready to buy more than a hundred of Airbus aircraft

All the necessary documents for the purchase of more than 100 aircraft will be signed between Airbus and Iran Air by the end of the month - said Ahmad Akhund, who served as minister of transport system of Iran.

U.S. Commerce Department Prevents Aircraft Sales to Iran

The US Department of Commerce showed, less than a week after the Iran nuclear agreement was implemented, how it will remain on the beat enforcing existing sanctions compliance obligations.
Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security, which develops US export-control policy, said in a statement that it