Royal Jordanian wants to grow its widebody fleet with three leased Boeing 787-9s while it continues negotiations with Boeing on the purchase of more aircraft. The carrier shared the fleet plans in its 2022 annual report that was published recently. In the report,...
Important news for Boeing: two of China’s Big Three airlines have confirmed that they are resuming deliveries of the MAX. Both China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines have included the type in their near-term fleet delivery plans, they said in their 2022...
UPDATE – Italian airline ITA Airways ended 2022 with a €486 million net loss, newspaper Corriere della Sera reports. Last year has been the first full year of ITA’s history as it launched services in October 2021, so no comparable results are available. Revenues...
Vertical Aerospace will seek new investments later this year to make sure that it is adequately funded to meet its objectives for 2024 and beyond. The Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) start-up says existing funding is sufficient for 2023 and 2024, as it has a net cash...
TAP Air Portugal returned to profitability for the first time since 2017, ending 2022 with a strong fourth quarter and the full year with a small profit. The airline is seeing the first positive effects of the transformation plan but warns of headwinds and challenges...
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