Lower deliveries of commercial and military aircraft partly compensated by higher revenues from services resulted in a lower Q2 net profit for Embraer. The Brazilian airframer reported a $74.2 million net profit attributable to shareholders compared to $87.9 million...
UPDATE – Embraer narrowed its first-quarter loss compared to last year, reporting a $31.7 million net loss attributable to shareholders. This compares to $-89.7 million for the same period last year. However, the Brazilian airframer slipped back into a loss...
American Airlines is not as outspoken on its full-year guidance as United Airlines but is nevertheless positive that in the short-term, it will return to profitability during the second quarter, it said on April 21. The first quarter produced a $1.6 billion net loss,...
In the first quarter of 2022, Embraer delivered fewer commercial and executive aircraft compared to the same period last year. Total deliveries ended at fourteen versus 22 in 2021, the airframer reported on April 19. Embraer delivers fewer aircraft in Q1. Looking at...
Alaska Airlines is more and more reverting to the holy grail of low-cost carriers by accelerating its transition to a single fleet until late 2023. Out will go the ten remaining and leased Airbus A321neo’s in the mainline fleet and the 32 De Havilland Canada Dash...
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