Embraer is set to launch a full freighter conversion program of the E190 and E195 within the next six months, but it doesn’t rule out offering a new freighter either. A decision on the new aircraft program depends on the demand and could take a bit later to come, Vice...
African airline Bestfly is the lessee of the first Embraer E190 offered by ACIA Aero Leasing, but it plans to grow the fleet by another four E190s by 2025. The jets are the first in the carrier’s fleet and are part of its growth strategy out of Cape Verde. The...
Lessor ACIA Aero Leasing has issued a request for proposal to purchase up to thirty ATR, Embraer, and De Havilland Canada aircraft. The Dublin-based company wants to grow its fleet to almost ninety aircraft as it sees opportunities for expansion. Lessor ACIA wants to...
UPDATE – Embraer reduced its third-quarter net loss attributable to shareholders to $45 million, in part thanks to more deliveries of the E195-E2 that generated higher revenues. While its guidance for Q4 is mostly unchanged, better sales activities at Commercial...
Airbus has confirmed Breeze Airways as the airline behind the undisclosed order for twenty A220-300s that has been in the backlog since March. The order follows that for sixty announced at the 2018 Farnborough Airshow. Breeze is set to become the biggest A220-300...
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