Important news for Boeing: two of China’s Big Three airlines have confirmed that they are resuming deliveries of the MAX. Both China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines have included the type in their near-term fleet delivery plans, they said in their 2022...
China Southern Airlines’ net loss for FY22 has significantly deepened compared to the previous year. The carrier said on January 30 that based on preliminary information, the loss will be RMB -30.3 billion compared to RMB -12.1 billion in 2021. China Southern is...
UPDATE – Two Chinese-registered Boeing MAXs have made their first commercial flight in China since March 2019. China Southern Airlines operated a rotation between Guangzhou and Zhengzhou and another to Wuhan earlier on Friday. China Southern operates first...
Etihad is about to do ‘a Lufthansa’. After many months of saying “we won’t” and “we might”, the Abu Dhabi airline has now confirmed that it will bring back four Airbus A380s out of storage for the summer 2023 schedule. Etihad confirms it needs A380s after all. The...
China Eastern, China Southern, and Air China all reported Q3 losses, the effect of China’s continued strict Covid policy that reduced air travel while at the same time expenses were rising. The carriers already reported losses for the first half year. China’s...
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