The launch of a new airline in Nigeria seems a step closer, now that the government has selected Ethiopian Airlines as the preferred bidder. Ethiopian is set to become a minority shareholder in Nigeria Air. However, there seem to be last-minute issues about who will...
Almost two years after canceling a huge order for 92 aircraft, Norwegian Air has recommitted itself to the Boeing MAX 8 again. The carrier said on May 30 that it has in principle agreed to order fifty aircraft plus options for thirty. The agreement is expected to be...
UPDATE – A day after the fatal accident with one of its Boeing 737-800s, China Eastern Airlines has grounded the type until further notice, causing significant disruptions in its flight schedule. It is unclear when the carrier will resume services with the -800....
Alaska Airlines’ decision to diversify its Boeing MAX order portfolio to include the -8 and -10 as well seems like a logical choice to safeguard future fleet flexibility. By relying on just the MAX 9, the carrier would have been restricted by its range and...
UPDATE – Norwegian Air has drastically reduced its losses in 2021 and is showing improvements on most fronts. The effects of the deep restructuring and recapitalization are showing off, but is the airline out of the danger zone now? It seems so, as it counts on...
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