The legal dispute between Qatar Airways and Airbus over the paint quality issues of the A350 is set to be delayed by another year. Unless the two parties find a way to settle the case earlier, a three-month expedited trial will be scheduled in June 2023. Qatar Airways...
Another interesting consolidation is happening in the leasing world: SMBC Aviation Capital is acquiring Goshawk Aviation. Japanese-owned SMBC is paying $6.7 billion for its former competitor from Hong Kong and will become the second-largest lessor in the world, behind...
Airbus has been entitled to terminate the contract with Qatar Airways for fifty A321neo’s in January, a London High Court has ruled in a hearing on April 26. The ruling means that the airframer is now free to offer the production slots to other customers, although an...
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi is rapidly growing its presence in India, announcing four new routes to the country this month. The latest and seventh addition is Ahmedabad, which will be served from May 13. Air Arabia Abu Dhabi grows its presence in India. On April 6, the...
UPDATE – United Airlines is bullish about its future outlook and expects to return to full-year profitability again in 2022. It reported a $1.4 billion loss for Q1 on April 20, but Q2 is promising to produce a robust operating revenue. United expects full-year...
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