Lufthansa will bring back the Airbus A380 into service for the 2023 summer schedule, it announced on June 27. The news comes a week after CEO Carsten Spohr told reporters in Doha that a decision would be made before the end of July, in order to have sufficient time to...
Qantas plans to rebuild its international network to seventy percent capacity of 2019 levels by the first quarter of its financial year 2023, which starts on October 1. The carrier maintains its previous guidance of fifty percent capacity in the June-September...
High fuel costs, inflation, new Covid variants, and political and economic uncertainties could be showstoppers, but Emirates expects to return to profitability in the current FY2022/2023. The Dubai-based airline reported its second net loss in a row for FY2021/2022,...
Qantas is to confirm its long-expected order for the Airbus A350-1000 as part of its Project Sunrise project on May 2. The airline will also finalize the in-principle agreement for the A220 and A321XLR it announced in December. Qantas has scheduled a press event early...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of March 2022: 28 – Boeing has named Ted Colbert (picture) as the new President and CEO of its Defense, Space and Security business unit. Colbert succeeds Leanne Caret, who will be retiring after...
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