Pratt & Whitney announced that Aviation Capital Group selected 20 firm GTF-powered Airbus A220 aircraft, and also selected GTF engines to power an additional 20 firm and 20 option A320neo family aircraft. This brings ACG’s total to date to 80 firm and 27 option...
“It is way, way too early to determine the effect of the situation in Russia”, Boeing’s Ihssane Mounir, Senior Vice President for Commercial Sales and Marketing, told AirInsight two weeks ago. He might be right, but Boeing’s accounting office has taken a different...
This week’s JP Morgan 2022 Industrials Conference gave some interesting insights on how major lessors look at the current situation in Russia. The picture that emerges from this is that many key lessors don’t think that there is an imminent risk of fully writing down...
Singapore Airshow is to start in earnest only on Tuesday, February 15, but already on Day 0, Airbus and Boeing announced some order updates. Or in the case of Airbus, confirmed previously announced commitments. Jazeera Airways has confirmed its Memorandum of...
Japanese-owned but California-based lessor Aviation Capital Group (ACG) has placed a last-minute 2021 order with Airbus for forty A320neo-family aircraft. This includes five A321XLRs. It also signed a Memorandum of Understanding for twenty A220s, both ACG and Airbus...
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