Alaska Airlines’ decision to diversify its Boeing MAX order portfolio to include the -8 and -10 as well seems like a logical choice to safeguard future fleet flexibility. By relying on just the MAX 9, the carrier would have been restricted by its range and...
Alaska Airlines is risking losing more pilots if it doesn’t successfully and quickly complete negotiations with pilots union ALPA. Negotiations over additional benefits have reached an impasse since starting in October. The Seattle Times quotes ALPA that it is seeing...
Unless Omicron plays havoc in Asia and delays the reopening of air travel in Asia and the Pacific, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is on track to leave its troubled years behind. The airline produced its first cash positive month in October and repeated this in November....
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...
While its third-quarter net loss of $640 million isn’t looking much better than that of 2020, Air Canada is definitely back in recovery mode, it said on November 2. This is translated into favorable revenues and traffic trends as Canada re-opened for vaccinated...
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