Bench Events has acquired south-east Europe’s leading hotel investment conference, Adria Hotel Forum. The move comes as the company expands its global presence as a trusted organiser of hospitality investment forums and business events.
An independent analysis of the economic impact created by AviaDev Africa indicates that it generated R3.3 million (£190,000) of direct expenditure, with R525,000 flowing in tax income to the South African government.
JetBlue Airways will add the A321XLR to its fleet of Airbus aircraft and increase its existing order for Airbus A220s. JetBlue has contracted to convert 13 existing A321neo orders into firm orders for the new A321XLR, which Airbus revealed this week at the Paris Air Show.
Flynas has signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus for ten A321XLR aircraft. The new plane, which was launched at the Paris Air Show this week, is the longest-range variant of the A320.
Continuing a strong week for Airbus, American Airlines has confirmed it will acquire 50 A321XLR aircraft, the new longer-range version of the A321neo. The deal was announced during the Paris Air Show in France.
The public can now experience a preview of Expo 2020 Dubai at an interactive pop-up pavilion travelling around the United Arab Emirates. The exciting location provides a glimpse of what to expect from the region’s first ever World Expo.
Cebu Pacific has ordered 31 next-generation aircraft from Airbus. The investment accelerates the carrier’s plan to introduce more fuel-efficient and eco-friendly aircraft to replace its current fleet.
International Airlines Group has signed a letter of intent with Boeing for 200 Boeing 737 aircraft to join its fleet. The mix of 737-8 and 737-10 aircraft would be delivered between 2023 and 2027 and would be powered by CFM Leap engines.
The firm order for eight aircraft and six additional planes on lease from Air Lease Corporation, was signed at the Paris Air Show by Shai Weiss, Virgin Atlantic chief executive and Guillaume Faury, Airbus chief executive.
A strong commercial aviation industry, stable defence spending and the need to service all platforms throughout their lifecycle are driving a growing aerospace market, according to the Boeing Market Outlook.
Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, has met with some of the leading partners in the Global Tourism Resilience & Crisis Management Centre to discuss the projects the body will launch following the opening of its new physical facility on Mona campus of the University of the West Indies in October this year.
Routes Africa, which returned to the aviation event calendar last year with a successful event in Ghana, will take place this year in Mombasa in Kenya as part of a long-term commitment by Routes to help develop new routes to, from and within the continent.