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Buying Business Travel | January 21, 2020
Lufthansa Group has become the first airline company to invest in business travel platform TripActions, kicking off a strategic partnership. The investment – made through the Lufthansa Innovation Hub – comes as TripActions continues to expand into Europe after opening offices in London and Amsterdam in 2018. It marks Lufthansa’s fourth investment in a tech company and closes a Series D funding round with more than US$250 million raised at a valuation of US$4 billion. TripAction...
CDB Aviation | February 14, 2023
CDB Aviation is an innovative aircraft fleet financing solutions provider, an Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co., Ltd. The company recently announced the lessor delivered two Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Neos S.p.A. as a new customer based in Milan.
Neos, which provides services from Italy and Europe to the Americas, Asia, and Africa, intends to deploy the two single-class-equipped aircraft on intra-European and intercontinental routes. It flies Boein...
Knight Aerospace | March 24, 2022
Recently, Knight Aerospace and Rossell Techsys collaborated to give speedy change roll-on/roll-off palletized answers for freight airplane transformation. It includes advanced air movable kitchen/latrine (NG-ATGL), aeromedical/VIP particular, patient vehicle and ground support hardware for the Aerospace Market in India. The freight transformation frameworks comprise of VIP/economy seating, bio-clinical regulation modules, patient transport, airborne basic consideration, and different extra frame...
United Airlines | December 14, 2022
United Airlines today announced the largest widebody order by a U.S. carrier in commercial aviation history: 100 Boeing 787 Dreamliners with options to purchase 100 more. This historic purchase is the next chapter in the ambitious United Next plan and will bolster the airline's leadership role in global travel for years to come. United expects to take delivery of the new widebody planes between 2024 and 2032 and can choose among the 787-8, 9 or 10 models, providing flexibility to support a w...
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