Supply chain challenges force Airbus to delay its ramp-up plans for the A320neo family by some six months. Instead of increasing the rate to 65 aircraft per month from the summer of 2023, the airframer will now take this step in early 2024, it said on July 27 in its...
Qatar Airways will confirm the Memorandum of Understanding with Boeing for the 25 MAX 10s on firm order plus 25 options, CEO Akbar Al Baker told AirInsight in Doha on the sidelines of the IATA Annual General Meeting on June 21. Al Baker: “Qatar will confirm MoU...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of April 2022: 19 – The easing of travel restrictions and higher quota on Singapore’s Vaccinated Travel Lanes have boosted March traffic for Singapore Airlines and its subsidiary Scoot....
There must have been a few raised eyebrows at Boeing HQ in Chicago when they heard that Qatar Airways is seeking to reinstate the order for fifty Airbus A321neo’s that Airbus has terminated in January. After which Qatar quickly signed a Memorandum of Understanding for...
Airbus targets to deliver 720 aircraft this year, up from 611 in 2021. But getting to this level will be “extremely difficult”, CEO Guillaume Faury said during the 2021 results presentation on February 17. “We need to earn our right to ramp up each month and every...
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