Here’s the updated model of transactions through February 2023. Subscribers can access the 14-pager. Delta retains the top transactions spot. The MAX8 has the most transactions. The duopoly score is Airbus 40% vs. Boeing 37%
Our tracker is updated through month-end, and here’s our scorecard. February saw ten fewer new deliveries than January, primarily because of ATR and Embraer. Airbus saw a nice bounce from January, while Boeing saw a dropoff. In our view, the key number through...
Increased flight cancelations and fewer bookings for January and February will have a negative revenue impact of between $300 and $350 million in Q1 2023 for Southwest Airlines. This is the after-effect of the Christmas period when the US airline suffered a...
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...
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