Time has been the decisive factor in finding a solution between Airbus and Qatar Airways over the various issues between the two, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury has said. He spoke to AirInsight on Thursday after the presentation of the 2022 annual results. On February 1,...
Airbus hopes to be able to deliver ‘around 720’ commercial aircraft this year, the same number that it originally targeted for 2022 but failed to reach. Production of the narrowbodies is gradually ramping up during the year, but the supply chain remains fragile. This...
UPDATED – Air India has signed Letters of Intent with Boeing and Airbus to acquire 470 aircraft, including 400 narrowbodies and 70 widebody aircraft from the two global manufacturers. This is the largest aircraft order placed by an Indian carrier. The order...
Flag carrier Uganda Airlines is inching towards making a selection for its mid-range fleet, as pressure grows to match revenue to capacity better grows. The anticipated launch of services to the Far East and Europe is also expected to generate new traffic that will...
UPDATE – Spirit Airlines announced a $-270.7 million reported net loss for Q4 2022, which after excluding special items turns into a small $12.6 million profit. Full-year, the ultra-low-cost US airline wrote deep red numbers with a $-554.2 million reported net...
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