Qantas continues to update its HY1 guidance but in a positive way. As demand continues to soar, the Australian carrier expects to close its first six months of FY23 with an underlying profit before tax of between A$1.35 billion and A$1.45 billion, it said on November...
Sanctions from the European Union, the US, and Canada over Ukraine have already severely curtailed Aeroflot’s international operations. Since Thursday, the airline is also banned from two global distribution networks (GDS). Banning Aeroflot from GDS hurts...
Unless Omicron plays havoc in Asia and delays the reopening of air travel in Asia and the Pacific, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is on track to leave its troubled years behind. The airline produced its first cash positive month in October and repeated this in November....
A bit like Dubai Airshow two years ago, this year’s event has been rather subdued for Embraer. Except for the order for three E175 from Nigerian airline Overland Airways, the airframer announced no further news except for its latest market outlook. Still, CEO...
Future airliners could have even lighter composite structures if new lessons on structural health data are applied. Current aircraft like the Boeing 787 or Airbus A350 are ‘structurally overdesigned’ and their successors could lose weight without compromising...
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