The Airbus A330P2F has won another contract. Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has confirmed a previously announced commitment with Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW) to convert up to 29 A330-300s into freighters. ATSG, the world’s largest lessor of freighters, will lease...
Icelandair will decide before the end of the year which aircraft type will replace its Boeing 757-fleet, CEO Bogi Nils Bogason said on September 8 in an interview with Center for Aviation (CAPA) Live. He confirmed that the airline has restarted its long-term fleet...
Market values for the Airbus A321neo are expected to firm up, even more, confirming the trend that this is currently the most popular aircraft type in use. The Boeing MAX is catching up as well, but the Airbus is still ahead, UK consultancy IBA says in its July market...
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...
American Airlines reported a $-2.2 billion Q1 net loss on April 30, four times the size of its main competitor Delta ($-422 million). This includes special items, otherwise, the result would have been $-1.1 billion. Still, it is another indication of how the current...
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