Widebody aircraft are not popular at the moment. Pandemic shutdowns and shutouts limit international air service. Aircraft that are flagships these days are not the busiest and flashiest. Amidst this dismal situation, we see that at Airbus the A350 gets the most...
UPDATE – Boeing is telling its airline customers that it expects to resume deliveries of the 787 in the second half of this year, Reuters has reported on April 20. The report hasn’t been officially confirmed, but United Airlines and American Airlines are...
Vistara, the full-service Indian airline which is a joint venture between Tata Sons of India and Singapore Airlines Limited, launched wide-body international operations in 2020 with flights to London Heathrow and expanded to Paris Charles De Gaulle and Frankfurt on...
One of the favorite phrases among disc jockeys at radio stations in the 1960s was “the hits just keep on coming” as they played song after song. That same phrase could be applied to Boeing in 2022, which has experienced a rash of issues negatively impacting company...
One of Africa’s biggest airlines, Kenya Airways narrows losses occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic as the carrier expects a 20 percent in revenue in 2022, according to its CEO Allan Kilavuka. The carrier in which the government has a 48.9 percent stake saw revenue go...
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