Alaska Airlines is more and more reverting to the holy grail of low-cost carriers by accelerating its transition to a single fleet until late 2023. Out will go the ten remaining and leased Airbus A321neo’s in the mainline fleet and the 32 De Havilland Canada Dash...
Less than four months since launching services on June 30, the new Norwegian low-cost airline Flyr is already announcing a logic shift in its fleet strategy. It has signed a Letter of Intent with Air Lease Corporation (ALC) for the lease of six Boeing MAX 8s, with...
It might be a bit early to think of future fleet updates in the current market situation, but Air Canada is certainly looking at options as it prepares to exit from the pandemic in the coming months. While its fleet will be adequate for the time being, the Canadian...
The writing had been on the wall for over a year, but now it’s official: low-cost airline Norwegian is going back to its short-haul roots and will forego on long-haul operations. The airline has announced a simplified business structure on January 14 on which the...
Despite the dire position of many airlines and the world’s economy likely to head into a recession as the recovery of Covid-19 takes longer, there are still signs that the airline industry is seen as a good investment. Take for example Icelandair. The comparatively...
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