Norwegian ended 2022 with a loss-making fourth quarter, but overall the year has been profitable and demonstrated that the airline has recovered well from the Covid-years and the earlier restructuring. Bookings for 2023 are “encouraging” but remain close in, so the...
Supply chain challenges force Airbus to delay its ramp-up plans for the A320neo family by some six months. Instead of increasing the rate to 65 aircraft per month from the summer of 2023, the airframer will now take this step in early 2024, it said on July 27 in its...
UPDATE – Entry into service of the Airbus A321XLR has slipped by a couple of months from late 2023 to early 2024. The delay is necessary to meet certification requirements, Airbus says in the release of its Q1 results. The airframer also confirmed that it will...
US airline traffic, as measured by TSA passenger screenings, has dropped back significantly from recent levels, reaching a low point not seen since May 12th of last year. The pattern of a steady uptick in travel in 2021 has now given way to a continuing slump in...
Scandinavian airline SAS is to start services with its ‘low-cost’ offspring SAS Connect and SAS Link out of Copenhagen from early 2022. The carrier is evaluating options to expand Connect to Oslo and Stockholm during the year, it said at if FY21 results presentation...
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