Lessor Azorra hit the headlines in January by announcing orders for twenty Airbus A220s and twenty Embraer W910-Es/E195-E2s. It confirms Azorra is on a growth strategy, so AirInsight talks to President Ron Baur to hear more about that. We had a conversation...
News The industry rumor mill indicates that Airbus is planning a long-range version of its increasingly popular A220 family and is discussing it with potential customers. With the capability to carry about 130 passengers in three-class configuration, this aircraft...
Embraer has confirmed that the first model of its E2 Jets, the E190-E2, will be delivered to Widerøe in April, 2018. This will be another on-time arrival of a new aircraft for Embraer, who projected the first delivery before June 30 of next year. The initial...
Embraer announced overnight that ten months after the first flight of the E190-E2, the performed the inaugural flight of another member of the E2 family, ahead of schedule. This Wednesday, the E195-E2, the largest aircraft of the family–and the most efficient aircraft...
Less discussed, so far, in terms of follow on impact of Delta’s decision to select the CS100 is its impact on the US regional airline market. Any discussion on the US regional airline market brings up the scope clause issue. This week the RAA has its annual...
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