Boeing Co. is struggling to find buyers for 11 of its earliest 787 Dreamliners valued at $1.1 billion after two airlines dropped orders for the holdover models from the jet’s troubled birth, people briefed on the plans said.
The European Parliament’s environment committee backed changes to a draft law on airline emissions that would end concessions on pollution from foreign flights four years sooner than the European Commission proposed.
AirAsia X Bhd., the long-haul unit of Asia’s largest low-cost carrier, said it plans to return to Europe using Airbus SAS wide-body aircraft ordered yesterday to build a discount equivalent of Dubai-based Emirates.
Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise is looking to add single-aisle and wide-body planes to feed an expansion as it studies Los Angeles, Madrid and Jakarta for future destinations, its chief executive officer said.
Polish airline LOT, the first European airline to receive Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliners, is leasing an Airbus SAS A330 to operate transatlantic flights as the U.S. aircraft remains barred from commercial service.