UPDATE August 16 – German leisure airline Condor has announced an order for 41 Airbus A320neo family aircraft on July 25. The order comes just days after the Farnborough Airshow, from which Airbus returned home with three orders for ‘just’ 85 aircraft. The...
Icelandair is preparing for a strong summer that should accumulate net profits for the second and third quarters, but the outlook after that remains uncertain. Therefore, the carrier isn’t offering full-year guidance, it said on April 29 in its Q1 earnings...
Air Canada reported improved Q1 results on April 26, building on a strong recovery in March after the Omicron dip in the first two months. The airline reduced the operating loss to CS$550 million from CS$1.049 billion. Air Canada reduces Q1 loss and buys more...
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...
Lessor Avolon is giving a boost to the market of surplus Airbus A330-300 passenger aircraft. It has announced an order for thirty Passenger 2 Freighter (P2F) conversions with IAE Aerospace Industries. It makes Avolon the launch customer of IAI’s A330-300P2F program....
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