Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of August 2022: 29 – Spanish airline Air Europa has signed an agreement with AerCap to lease ten Boeing MAX 8s plus five 787-9s. All aircraft will be delivered between 2024 and 2026. Air Europa...
Embraer demonstrated the steep-approach capabilities of its E195-E2 to London City Airport with a successful first-ever landing of the type at the downtown airport on July 22. The airframer hopes to certify the type for LCY operations later this year. Embraer E195-E2...
The order for twenty E2s from lessor Azorra is welcome news for Embraer in multiple ways. Not only is it the first order since Porter Airlines signed up for thirty E195-E2s last July, but it also increases the exposure of the type with lessors. Almost half of all...
SWISS International Air Lines is forced to make deeper cuts in its organization and fleet, it announced on May 6. It confirms that the state of Europe’s airlines is still far from stable. Drastic actions are unavoidable as the national carrier of Switzerland...
The commercial aviation world has been turned upside down. And at the very pinnacle of that swing is Embraer. Embraer is the world’s third-largest aircraft OEM, which is a remarkable performance when you consider some of the storied brands that have disappeared....
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