Air India is to lease six Airbus A320neo narrowbody aircraft and six Boeing 777-300ER widebody aircraft to further augment its existing fleet. These aircraft are expected to be inducted in the first half of 2023 and will be deployed on Air India’s short, medium, and...
Emirates expects to return to profitability again in its full financial year 2022-2023, reporting strong results in the first six months. It is seeing continued strong customer demand in the second half year, although inflation, the strong US dollar, and other...
While there are clear indications that the air freight market is cooling down from record levels in 2020-2021, this doesn’t seem to have an impact on the market for full freighters. After Wednesday’s firm order from Cargolux for ten Boeing 777-8Fs, today lessor AerCap...
Delhi-based low-cost airline IndiGo intends to wet lease extra aircraft to cover the shortfall for its scheduled international operations. The lease, which reportedly includes three Boeing 777s from Turkish Airlines, is “an interim measure”. A wet lease means that...
Deliveries of the new aircraft are still some two years away, but American Airlines already has unveiled a new premium cabin product for Airbus A321XLRs and Boeing 787-9s that will come in 2024. Called Flagship Suite, American offers a revamp of its Flagship Business...
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