The big deals have yet to be announced at FIA18
The only news are coming from Mitsubishi, their MRJ90 will be performing again today after minor repairs took place yesterday.
Come back regularly today to check if any new announcements were made, I will update you as soon as they happen!
(Last updated: 04:50pm)
And some HUGE news from Airbus: Uganda Airlines becomes the only customer for the new A330-800neo, after Hawaiian pulled out earlier this year.
Boeing announced orders by four airlines for a total of 93 737 MAX 8, 40 of them in the high-density MAX 200 version.
Colombian airline EasyFly signed a MoU for three ATR72-600 and two ATR42-600.
Uganda Airlines signed up for 4 CRJ900 featuring the new "Atmosphere"-cabin.
VivaAerobus has ordered 25 A321neo and converted orders for 16 A320neo into prders for the larger A321neo.
The first A321neo for Easyjet has arrived at FIA for an official reveal and delivery ceremony.
The aircraft is here seen on arrival to Gatwick, photographed by our member Cameron Stone.
Finally there is some action at FIA, as Vietjet has signed a MoU for 100 737 MAX aircraft, the deal splits into 20 MAX 8 and 80 MAX 10 aircraft, valued at over $12.7 billion.
Two is better than nothing, Japan Airlines subsidiary Hokkaido Air Systems purchases two ATR 42-600 with an option on a third one.
Boeing announced a press conference and canceled it minutes later.
Some undisclosed customer signed a MoU for 6 A330neo. Citing Jon Ostrower: Unidentified customers announcing orders that aren't firmed up don't count.