Thai Airways is in discussions with Airbus and Boeing about a widebody order for up to thirty aircraft. CEO Chai Eamsiri told Bloomberg on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Istanbul on Sunday. Also on the airline’s shopping list is a number of additional Airbus...
After a year of pitching, pushing, lobbying, and some five months of exclusive negotiations, Lufthansa and the Italian government have reached an agreement on the partial privatization of ITA Airways. Lufthansa will acquire a 41 percent minority stake in ITA through a...
Months earlier than anticipated by Michael O’Leary himself, Ryanair has agreed with Boeing on an order for 150 MAX 10s plus 150 options. In March, the Group CEO of the Irish low-cost airline said that he anticipated discussions to take six months or up to a year, but...
Ryanair is in no hurry to sign a new order for more Boeing MAX aircraft. The airline and airframer are back at the negotiation table, but Group CEO Michael O’Leary said on the sidelines of the Airline ls 4 Europe Aviation Summit in Brussels on Wednesday that it could...
The US Justice Department has sued to block the proposed merger between Spirit and JetBlue. This is big news, even though it was expected. The US has not interfered with an airline merger in the past 20 years. “If not blocked, the merger of JetBlue and Spirit would...
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