American Airlines’ predictions for a strong Q4 of FY2022 came true, as it produced a good final three months with an $803 million net profit for the December quarter. But the full-year profit of $127 million has been affected by the difficult start and high...
Delta Air Lines announced that it will be the first major US airline to offer free Wi-Fi to passengers onboard their aircraft from February 1. Free Wi-Fi is already available with JetBlue and was for a limited period also with American, but now Delta is the first of...
Southwest Airlines had a challenging 2022, including an IT system meltdown during a major storm that stranded many travelers. But that isn’t the only challenge Southwest faces. Their next challenge is taking delivery of the long-overdue 737 MAX 7 to replace the...
It’s only one aircraft, but with the delivery of another ATR 42-600 to a Japanese customer, the turboprop maker is making further inroads into the Japanese turboprop market. The airframer delivered the first and only 42-600 on order from Oriental Air Bridge (ORC) on...
Kuwaiti lessor ALAFCO will ask for shareholder approval in a special general meeting on December 27 to sell a significant part of its aircraft portfolio to Macquarie AirFinance Group. The transaction, which helps to improve the lessor’s financial position, has been...
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