Norse Atlantic is preparing for a challenging winter period, with high fuel costs and inflation, and consequently uncertain customer behavior likely to impact results in the coming months. The airline will therefore take a careful approach to its network by likely...
Boeing’s announcement that it will start remarketing some MAX aircraft that were earmarked for Chinese customers might have surprised a few on Thursday, but the decision has been in the making for some time. Already in its Q2 investor’s call in July, Boeing...
After two difficult years that were dominated by Covid restrictions and losses, El Al Israel Airlines is gradually getting back to better days. A confirmation of that is the agreement with the Ministry of Finance last Sunday that the carrier will advance the repayment...
Lessor BOC Aviation has taken an $804 million write-off in its HY1 results on seventeen of its aircraft that are still in Russia. Because of the one-off impact, BOC ended the first six months with a net loss after tax of $-313 million. BOC Aviation ends HY1 with $804...
August 10, 2022, will go into aviation history not as the most significant day, but as a very important one to Boeing. The airframer has delivered the first 787 since the production pause in May 2021, and will – hopefully- be able to close the book on one of the...
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