“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...
Saudi Arabian low-cost airline flynas is set to drastically grow in the remainder of this decade. Its Board of Directors has ratified plans to more than double its fleet from the previously projected 120 aircraft to 250 aircraft in 2030, in line with the country’s...
UPDATE – Embraer expects to increase its commercial aircraft deliveries this year to between 60 and 70, up from 48 in 2021. While higher, its guidance is still well below deliveries in previous years. The Brazilian airframer reduced its losses last year and...
Wizz Air is likely to incur over a half billion loss for its full financial year 2022 as it expects the current fourth quarter to suffer an even higher loss than in Q3. The ultra-low-cost from Central Eastern Europe reported a €213.6 million operating loss for the...
Lessor ACIA Aero Leasing has issued a request for proposal to purchase up to thirty ATR, Embraer, and De Havilland Canada aircraft. The Dublin-based company wants to grow its fleet to almost ninety aircraft as it sees opportunities for expansion. Lessor ACIA wants to...
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