Boeing intends to significantly ramp up the production rates of all its commercial aircraft projects in 2025-2026 and intends to strengthen its financial position. Boeing shared its plans today during its Investors Conference in Renton. Boeing wants to get back to 800...
Finnair has announced a drastic strategy change on September 7 that should help to overcome the headwinds from the Covid crisis and the war in Ukraine. The airline will opt for a more balanced network to make it no longer dependent on flying over Russia, reduce the...
After the fiscal year 2022 with “ongoing twists and turns”, Air New Zealand expects to produce “a significant improvement” of its financial performance in FY23. But this will depend in large part on the impact of jet fuel prices, the risk of a global...
A shortage of staff, a shortage of planes, and all this in a period when demand is ramping up. It’s nothing unusual in the airline business these days. One airline feeling the shortages is Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings Discover. It is wet-leasing five aircraft from...
Ryanair is in no hurry to recommence negotiations and clinch a quick deal with Boeing for the MAX 10. For now, the Irish low-cost airline has no immediate need for the aircraft, so Ryanair is waiting when the timing is right to get a good price, Group CEO Michael...
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