Qantas will grow its capacity back to 100 percent of 2019 levels by March next year, up from the current 84 percent. The carrier will induct new and stored aircraft to the fleet and lease capacity from Finnair to make this possible. Qantas to grow back capacity to 100...
Relations have been strained for some time between Delta Airlines and Boeing, with the OEM even going to court about a missed MAX 7 order when Delta preferred the Airbus A220. But that’s in the past now and a new relationship has started on aircraft procurement. With...
PR: Pratt & Whitney Canada announced the successful flight test of dual PW127M engines with 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) on a Braathen Regional Airlines’ ATR 72-600 aircraft. Both PW127M engines were fueled exclusively with Neste MY Sustainable Aviation...
UPDATE – US start-up Connect Airlines has bold plans for its regional operations with hydrogen-based aircraft. The carrier has announced a firm order with Universal Hydrogen for 75 converted ATR 72-600s plus 25 options. Connect expects to take delivery of the...
Jet Airways, which was once India’s most-loved private airline with significant operations around India, Europe, North America, the Middle East, and South-East Asia, closed down in April 2019 on the back of bankruptcy. Jet Airways was given the go-ahead to...
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