As had been anticipated, Qatar Airways has become the launch customer of the Boeing 777X Freighter by announcing an order for up to fifty aircraft on January 31. The freighter will be officially known as the 777-8 Freighter. Qatar also signed a Memorandum of...
Some questioned if the airline would ever get them, but Iraqi Airways has taken delivery of its first Airbus A220-300 on January 6. It is the first new aircraft joining the fleet since the fourteenth and final brand-new Boeing 737-800 in August 2017 and confirms...
Lufthansa is to cut more full-time jobs and retire additional aircraft, it announced on September 21 in its third restructuring program. An unspecified number of extra jobs will be lost, on top of the 22.000 full-time equivalents reported in April and July. The...
Qantas will reduce costs in the next three years by $15 billion, including the reduction of 6.000 jobs and parking of some 100 aircraft for the coming twelve months. All twelve Airbus A380s will enter deep storage until at least mid-2023, the airline announced on June...
Lufthansa Group recorded a EUR -2,1 billion net loss for the first quarter, it announced on June 3 during a delayed Q1-results presentation. Remember this period includes only the start of the Covid-19 crisis, so there is worse to come during Q2. The net loss compares...
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