Eviation Aircraft announced Solyu, a leasing company based in Seoul, South Korea, signed a Letter of Intent for 25 commuter Alice aircraft with options for 25 more. Solyu is focused on supporting sustainable aviation by providing financing and leasing solutions for...
Eviation Aircraft announced that Miami-based lessor Aerolease has signed an LOI for up to fifty commuter Alice aircraft. Aerolease is focused on sustainable aviation and will provide financing and leasing solutions for Alice to a global customer base of operators. “In...
This morning at the Paris Air Show, DeHavilland Canada announced that it will be producing a new version of its DHC-6 Twin Otter. The Twin Otter first flew in 1965 and the new model will be named the Twin Otter Classic 300-G. The company also announced that it has...
Nairobi is the focus of new carrier activity, with South Africa’s Airlink announcing a new daily service from Johannesburg starting April 24. Meanwhile, German flag carrier Lufthansa will increase the frequency between Frankfurt and the Kenyan capital from five to...
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...
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