On Thursday, LATAM Airlines ordered 17 Airbus A321neo including 13 A321XLR aircraft to expand its route offering further. This new order brings LATAM’s total A320neo order book aircraft to 100. Following Airbus orders with Delta Air Lines and easyJet at Farnborough,...
Last week we heard about the likely Delta order of 100+ MAX10s. This is a move that is more than just about an aircraft. There are deeper issues behind what appears to be an odd choice. Going back to Delta’s decision to order the Bombardier CSeries is probably...
When asked about launching the A220-500, Airbus COO Christian Scherer has publicly stated “it’s not if, but when”. Considering the “when” is therefore rather important. After all, the A220-500 as currently understood would be ...
Alaska has formally announced its intent to streamline its fleet to only deploy Boeing 737s and Embraer E175s. This means removing its Dash8s and A321neos. Alaska will thereby remove the last aircraft in its fleet registered with “VA” meaning the final...
Here’s an update through 3Q21 on the fuel burn numbers based on the US DoT data. Remember to click the double-headed arrow for optimal viewing. Page 1 shows competing engines and aircraft. The ball size on the upper chart is driven by the number of flights...
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