German leisure airline Condor has started a new chapter in its history after taking delivery of its first Airbus A330-900. The arrival of the aircraft in Frankfurt on Monday evening comes seventeen months after the carrier selected the type as the preferred...
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...
UPDATE – Over 3.5 years since confirming the order, Taiwan’s Starlux Airlines has taken delivery of the first of seventeen Airbus A350s. The type will help to expand the airline that was formed only four years ago and aims to offer a high-quality product to its...
Air Cote D’Ivoire is set to become the third operator of the Airbus A330neo in Africa. The airline and Airbus announced an order for two A330-900s on October 25 after a signing ceremony in Toulouse. Air Cote D’Ivoire opts for Airbus A330-900 for long-haul...
Correction – Rwandese carrier RwandAir will launch direct services between Kigali and London Heathrow from November 6. The direct service will replace the one with a stopover in Brussels, the airline said on October 17. RwandAir drops Brussels stopover in favor...
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