African airlines are gradually recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic as the continent’s capacity in February has reached 64 percent compared to the same month in 2019. This is actually heartwarming for the airlines that have had to struggle to wriggle out of the...
US airline traffic showed a February upswing with a notable difference between the first half of the month and the second half. February traffic for the first 14 days averaged 1,534,641 passengers per day while traffic for the last 14 days averaged 1,931,646. This is...
Here’s the updated model. Subscribers have access to the 10-page report. Two months into recovery and another massive disruption. Thanks for nothing, Vlad. The first two A319neos were delivered. A rare bird.
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of February 2022: 8 – SAS will add Toronto to its network again from June from Copenhagen and Stockholm. It will offer three weekly services from Copenhagen and four from Stockholm, using its new...
Almost three years since the fatal accident of one of its Boeing MAX 8s, Ethiopian Airlines plans to bring the aircraft back into service from February 2022. The airline is now confident of the safety of the fleet, CEO Tewolde GebreMariam says in a message on...
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