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...
The confirmation of the order for twelve Airbus A350-1000s concludes the first planning phase of Qantas for its ultra-long-haul Project Sunrise. The next is the introduction of the type in 2025 and launching the nineteen to twenty-hour flights. So what is the aircraft...
Today’s big industry news is about United’s single-aisle order. The selection of models will be the cause of much chatter and discussion. Big orders are signals of how an airline views the future. The most important item from this order is growing...
Qantas could introduce ultra-long-haul flights under its delayed Project Sunrise program as soon as 2024, according to Alan Joyce, chief executive at Qantas. “We still want to revisit it at the end of 2021, with the potential of doing it in 2024, probably, and...
Air Lease Corporation (ALC) is on-track for its target of reaching $20bln of assets this year, having grown its portfolio of owned and managed airliners in 2018 by 18.3% to $15.7bln. Continued strong demand for new aircraft gives ALC confidence that its 2019 targets...
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