It’s not often we specifically report on the new livery of an airline, but this time we make an exemption. Because German leisure airline Condor has come up with “something completely different”, to quote John Cleese. An Airbus A321 will operate the first service with...
Difficulties in the supply chain are holding up deliveries at Airbus, notably that of the A320neo family. But these issues are not systemic and are not having an effect on the planned production ramp-up, President and CEO Guillaume Faury said during the Q3 results...
At the recent IATA AGM, United’s COO Andrew Nocella shared a concern with Flight Global. Essentially United needs to replace two types by the end of the decade – the 757-300 and the 50-seat RJ. The concern expressed is not as much of a problem for other airlines and...
UPDATE – German leisure airline Condor has selected the Airbus A330neo as the replacement for its aging Boeing 767-fleet. Condor will purchase sixteen A330-900s, of which nine will be leased. The Supervisory Board approved the fleet renewal plan on July 28. The...
UPDATED STORY – For months, and even as recently as last Monday, Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has been ranting against the €30 billion of state aid that has been granted by European governments to their troubled legacy airlines. But now, KLM and TAP are the...
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