ACIA Aero Leasing (“ACIA”), a regional aircraft leasing and lease management services, and Solenta Aviation (“Solenta”), a South African leader in specialized aviation services, announced today that the companies have further expanded their existing relationship with...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of March 2022: 28 – Boeing has named Ted Colbert (picture) as the new President and CEO of its Defense, Space and Security business unit. Colbert succeeds Leanne Caret, who will be retiring after...
The past year 2021 has seen record sales of Boeing freighters. After getting to eighty on December 21 thanks to an order for nineteen 767-300Fs from UPS, Boeing announced on January 6 that it had received another order before the end of the year from Atlas Air. The...
Boeing and Airbus have (re)started their battle on the next segment of the aircraft market: that of the new generation of big full-freighters. Airbus confirmed last week it is in discussions with numerous potential customers on the A350 Freighter and so now has...
ACIA Aero Leasing (ACIA), a leading provider of regional aircraft leasing and lease management services, and Mexico-based TAR Aerolíneas have finalized the agreement for the lease of four Rolls-Royce AE 3007A engines to support the carrier’s Embraer ERJ145 fleet,...
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