Alaska Airlines has placed its biggest-ever aircraft order, exercising options for 52 Boeing MAX aircraft. Of these, 42 will be MAX 10s and the remaining ten are MAX 9s, Alaska and Boeing announced on October 26. Alaska Airlines grows Boeing MAX fleet by 52. The...
Lessor Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) has grown its portfolio by 36 aircraft by acquiring SKY Fund I from leasing asset manager SKY Leasing. The acquisition includes new-technology Airbus and Boeing aircraft, for which DAE itself has no current orders in backlog....
Air India has signed leases and letters of intent for 25 Airbus narrowbody and five Boeing widebody aircraft to augment its existing fleet in the near term. The airline, which is now owned by Tata Sons, will be inducting new aircraft after only limited fleet renewal...
AirAsia is growing its presence in the cargo market, expanding the fleet of its dedicated cargo subsidiary Teleport by three full freighters. Teleport will add three converted Airbus A321P2Fs next year, with the first to join the airline in Q1. AirAsia grows...
Production hick-ups on the MAX assembly line due to supply chain issues are also affecting Spirit AeroSystems’ deliveries to Boeing. As part shortages result in production disruptions in Renton, Spirit’s inventory of MAX fuselages is stacking up. But it isn’t too...
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