With both major European air shows canceled after the onset of the global pandemic, Farnborough’s expectations for 2022 are challenging to predict. Nonetheless, we will provide our views on what to expect at the show. We’re not expecting any earth-shattering...
[UPDATE: This link is a worthwhile read to explain the chaos that is called South Africa] Another airline bites the dust. Comair is 76 years old and weathered many crises before. Based on the linked story, a large part of the collapse of the airline is due to its MAX...
Despite numerous uncertainties in the market, TAP Portugal is cautiously optimistic that positive demand for travel combined with the fruits of restructuring will steer the airline in the right direction again. TAP has started implementing the plan that was announced...
UPDATE – The boomerang has flung back on Airbus’ desk: Qatar Airways has issued legal proceedings at the London High Court against the European airframer over the A350 paint quality issue, the airline said in a statement on December 20. Qatar Airways goes to...
Dubai Airshow 2021 has kicked off very modestly compared to previous editions. No mega-deals from the local airlines but nevertheless still a billion-dollar show on Day 1 when Indigo Partners announced an order for 255 Airbus A321neo’s and XLRs. ATR also had to...
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