Boeing has started delivering MAX aircraft out of inventory again that have had rework done on the tailfin fitting issue. The airframer and supplier Spirit AeroSystems are dedicating lots of resources to the issue, but the problem is slowly being addressed, Chief...
The Panamanian carrier Copa Airlines announced its expansion plans for 2023 which include the launch of new international routes, the arrival of additional Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, and fleet investment in its Aviation Academy. Growth for Copa Airlines Last week, Copa...
Mexico’s flag carrier airline, Aeromexico, has announced its plans to return to the capital markets between the second half of 2023 and the first quarter of 2024. This move would bring the airline back to trading in Mexico and the United States after delisting...
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...
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