UPDATE – New Saudi Arabian aircraft lessor AviLease has delivered its first two aircraft to an airline customer. Saudi low-cost carrier flynas took delivery of its first two Airbus A320neo’s, with ten more to follow this year and in 2023. New Saudi lessor...
Embraer delivered only ten percent more aircraft in Q3 than in the same period of last year. Including airliners and executive jets, 33 aircraft left Sao Jose dos Campos and other production sites during the quarter, the Brazilian airframer reported today. Year to...
UPDATE – Airbus has delivered the first A350-900 with the New Production Standard 2022. This version has a lower empty weight and a higher maximum take-off weight (MTOW). It also has a wider cabin, which offers space for thirty extra seats in a three-class...
At the Dubai Airshow 2021, Indian startup carrier Akasa Air, founded by aviation veteran Vinay Dube and backed by Indian investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, placed its first aircraft order for 72 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 8-200 Aircraft. The airline intends to launch operations...
ACIA Aero Leasing (“ACIA”), a growing provider of regional aircraft leasing and lease management services, announced the delivery of an E-190 on lease to Bestfly Worldwide (“Bestfly”). The delivery took place at Embraer’s re-delivery center in Macon, Georgia, marking...
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