Southwest Airlines is expecting to take delivery of just about half of the number of Boeing MAX it had planned for. The US carrier thinks that Boeing will deliver 66 MAX 8s compared to the 114 that are in the fleet plan, it said on July 28 in the second quarter...
US airlines are struggling to get flights to arrive on-time again. The lack of staff may be accelerating the impact. The following chart shows the on-time arrival for the first four months in 2022. As the bold last row indicates, the rise in delays is growing fast...
So far, 2.9 million travelers in Brazil have been impacted by flight delays and cancellations, according to data released by AirHelp. In 2022, the number of affected passengers has doubled in comparison to the previous year. Why is this happening? Let’s find...
Lufthansa is in discussion with Boeing on how to bridge the gap in capacity, now that delivery of the first 777-9 has been delayed to 2025. The German airline looks at various options, including the sourcing of more new 787s or used aircraft that are available on the...
UPDATE – Boeing has confirmed that the first delivery of the 777-9 has slipped to 2025, without being more specific about the exact quarter. The airframer has revised the schedule of the 777X program, “which reflects an updated assessment of the time required to...
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