airBaltic will induct four Airbus A320ceo’s into its fleet this summer season to make sure it has adequate capacity for its own operations and for those of other customers that wet-lease the airline’s own A220-300s. The carrier will wet-lease-in the four A320s from...
It’s not just happy faces Down Under at Air New Zealand, but at Qantas too. The Australian carrier also returned to profitability in HY1 of FY23, reporting an underlying profit before tax of $1.428 billion versus a $-1.277 billion loss in the same period of FY22. CEO...
UPDATE Nov 29 – Some two months after the first reports, Airbus has finally confirmed the news that Croatia Airlines selected the A220 for fleet renewal. The airline has placed a direct order with Airbus for six A220-300s but will also lease nine more....
ITA Airways says it has confirmed all its commitments for new aircraft for 2023 and will induct thirty Airbus narrowbodies and nine Airbus A330-900s into the fleet next year. The Italian carrier will grow its seat capacity/available seat kilometers (ASK) by 73 percent...
East African carrier Air Tanzania has no timeline for the resolution of technical problems that affect the Pratt & Whitney engines on its four Airbus A220-300s. The carrier announced a “temporary suspension” of some of its services due to the issues. Engine woes...
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