Norse Atlantic Airways is delaying its first services until June, citing uncertainties in international air travel that have been caused by the war in Ukraine. The Norwegian start-up now plans to launch ticket sales to the US in April, it said in an update on March...
Boeing outperformed Airbus on orders in 2021, reporting net sales of 535 aircraft compared to 507 for its European competitor. With almost no deliveries of the 787, it was already clear Boeing would lose out on deliveries. The US airframer said on January 11 that it...
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...
After a quiet start with only news about passenger to freighter conversions, Boeing finally announced orders for new aircraft on the third day of Dubai Airshow. However, to none of the two occasions, media was invited. Day 3 Dubai Airshow: Boeing finally gets some new...
Norse Atlantic Airways will only start operations when it is certain that the transatlantic has reopened for air travel and that most Covid-restrictions have been lifted. “We have now seen that restrictions have not been lifted as quickly for long-haul travel as for...
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