UPDATE Sep 19 – SAS is seeking court approval to reject the lease of several aircraft and return them to their lessors. The aircraft involved include five widebodies. The Scandinavian airline filed a so-called omnibus motion with the Southern District of New...
UPDATE – Taiwan’s China Airlines has selected the Boeing 787-9 as the replacement for its aging Airbus A330-300 fleet. The carrier has placed a firm order for sixteen Dreamliners with Boeing plus eight options, it said on August 30 in a stock exchange filing....
The 15-day pilot strike in July has cost Scandinavian airline SAS some SEK 1.4 billion ($135 million). It erased most earnings from the higher demand and higher revenues that SAS saw in the third quarter (May-July) of FY22. The carrier continues to operate as normal,...
Turkish Airlines continued its recovery by producing another profitable quarter, turning last year’s HY1 net loss into a solid profit. The carrier reported a $737 million net profit for January-June compared to $-1 million in the same period last year. Turkish...
Ethiopian Airlines has converted options for four Airbus A350-900s into the larger -1000, Airbus has announced today. Ethiopian Airlines converts four A350-900s into -1000s. The African carrier currently operates eighteen -900s, of which two are leased from AerCap and...
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