GAMA released its report on business aircraft shipments and billings for the first quarter 2023. The GAMA report can be downloaded here. Business aircraft deliveries were flat year over year for business jets, but the helicopter market improved substantially. The...
Qantas will grow its capacity back to 100 percent of 2019 levels by March next year, up from the current 84 percent. The carrier will induct new and stored aircraft to the fleet and lease capacity from Finnair to make this possible. Qantas to grow back capacity to 100...
After two years on a low with losses during the Covid crisis, Singapore Airlines has returned to profit in the financial year 2022-2023. It has actually produced the highest-ever profit in its 76-year history, despite operating at only 79 percent capacity of...
Thai Airways joined the ranks of most airlines that reported a strong first quarter of 2023. For Thai, things could only get better as it had to operate under severe travel restrictions in Asia last year, restrictions that have now all been lifted. Thai Airways...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) returned to profitability in 2022, reporting its first black numbers since the pandemic started in 2020. The ¥89.4 billion net profit for the financial year 2022 follows a strong recovery of the Japanese airline, which is set to continue as...
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