Boeing continues taking new MAX orders this week, with lessor SMBC Aviation Capital signing up for 25 incremental MAX 8s on Tuesday. The aircraft will be delivered in 2028 and 2029. The latest order brings the total backlog of the Dublin-based lessor to 81 MAX 8s. “In...
Another lessor order confirmation today, this time for Boeing. Aviation Capital Group (ACG) finalized an order for thirteen MAX aircraft, including seven MAX 8s and six MAX 10s, the two companies said on September 5. Boeing nor ACG disclosed further details of the...
UPDATE – Norwegian can already look back on the 2023 summer as one of the best in its history. The airline reported positive results for Q2, but these are lower when compared to those of last year. In HY1, Norwegian actually slipped back into a net loss. The...
Royal Air Maroc is inducting more Boeing MAX 8s into the fleet next year. Lessor Air Lease Corporation (ALC) said on Wednesday that it has placed four MAX 8s and one 737-800 on long-term leases with RAM. Royal Air Maroc adds four MAX 8s to its growing fleet. The...
Spanish airline Air Europa is growing its fleet this summer with five leased Boeing 737-800s, followed by the first three MAX 8s next year. The airline is also growing the number of Boeing 787-9s with eight aircraft in the next two years, it said earlier this week in...
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