Copa Holdings, the company owner of Copa Airlines and Wingo, reported a US$143.8 million net profit in the first half of 2022 (US$124.1 million for the second quarter), fueled by higher yields, a strong demand environment in the region, and healthy booking trends. ...
Boeing has won an order for up to 35 737 MAX planes from the new Caribbean airline, Arajet. Meet Boeing’s new customer, Arajet, a carrier launching operations in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, that will operate with an all-737 MAX fleet. Arajet, Boeing’s new...
Gone are the days when geriatric aircraft dominated the continent’s skies. Things are changing as African airlines are moving to newer aircraft. The concern of the high cost of maintenance of older airplanes and the high cost of aviation are forcing them to acquire...
Air Lease Corporation (ALC) will emphasize more on coping with demand for narrowbody aircraft. It is satisfied with the almost complete placement of its widebodies but wants to get a stronger hold on the narrowbody market, where demand is huge. A new narrowbody order...
Higher volumes of Boeing 737/MAX fuselages and wings, Airbus A220 wings, and Bombardier corporate jet fuselages have pushed revenues of Spirit AeroSystems to $980 million in the third quarter. On the downside, the tier-1 supplier is affected by lower widebody rates...
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