The airline industry needs another $80 billion in financial aid from governments to get it through the upcoming winter season, IATA Direct General Alexandre de Juniac said last week ahead of Tuesday’s digital Annual General Meeting in Amsterdam. This comes on top of...
Friday, May 15. In recent days, airlines have been announcing a gradual return to flying again. The picture is diffuse, with some offering limited services from the second half of May and others extending their suspensions. So we update our story again. EUROPE: IAG:...
Ryanair is still counting on having 50 Boeing MAX 8-200s delivered before the summer of 2021, in addition to some 5 to 8 aircraft by late this year. The Irish low-cost is now a year behind the original delivery schedule and had hoped to have 55 aircraft ready for the...
Ryanair regained its leading position as Europe’s biggest airline in passenger numbers: the Irish low-cost flew 152.4 million pax in 2019, including LaudaMotion. This makes her bigger than Lufthansa again, who secured pole position in 2018. Now that most airline...
Ryanair is expecting delivery of its first Boeing MAX 200s to slip until March or April at the earliest, with more delays not ruled out. This means the Irish low-cost airline will reap the benefits from operating the more fuel-efficient type only during its FY21...
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