SAS continues to write red numbers, reporting higher operating and net losses for both Q2 and HY1 of the financial year 2023 today. Only revenues and the earnings before tax show an improvement, but the Scandinavian airline remains in a difficult financial position...
Qantas will grow its capacity back to 100 percent of 2019 levels by March next year, up from the current 84 percent. The carrier will induct new and stored aircraft to the fleet and lease capacity from Finnair to make this possible. Qantas to grow back capacity to 100...
Almost 5.5 years after phasing out its last Boeing 747-400F freighters, Emirates is to reintroduce the type into its fleet again. The airline has secured long-term wet leases on two -400Fs to grow the freighter capacity, a step that is “showing its strong confidence...
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,...
“It is way, way too early to determine the effect of the situation in Russia”, Boeing’s Ihssane Mounir, Senior Vice President for Commercial Sales and Marketing, told AirInsight two weeks ago. He might be right, but Boeing’s accounting office has taken a different...
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