easyJet has signed a conditional arrangement with Airbus and converted previous purchase options and rights for 56 Airbus A320neo aircraft to secure precious production slots with the European airframer. It also further up gauges the fleet and replaces older aircraft...
On the back of a better than expected first half-year of its FY22, easyjet is predicting a headline loss before tax of £535-565 million. This is an improvement over last year. With strong forward bookings, capacity should be almost back to 2019 levels for this summer,...
Air France will launch services with its new Airbus A220 on October 31, first to Berlin, Milan-Linate, and Venice. At a later stage during the upcoming winter season and after delivery of five more aircraft, the new type will also operate to Bologna, Rome, Lisbon, and...
Air Canada is to reduce its fleet by 79 aircraft as it seeks to cap costs and improve its financial position, the airline announced on May 4. This follows on a net loss of $1.049 billion in Q1, down from a 345 million profit last year. It is the first lossmaking...
SAS currently is not in a position to make a decision on the renewal of its short- to medium-haul. The Scandinavian airline still has question marks over the reliability of the Airbus A220 and Embraer E190-E2 it is looking at, CEO Rickard Gustafson said at the Q1...
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