Global passenger air traffic will reach 2019 levels already by June this year, driven by the strong recovery of Asia Pacific and, in particular, China. “Despite the implementation of testing requirements, reopening of the world’s second-largest aviation market will...
Thanks to restructuring its cost base and benefitting from strong demand, Virgin Australia expects to return to profitability in the second half of its financial year 2023 which runs until July. The carrier has removed A$300 million in annual costs and transformed its...
Despite reporting its strongest revenue performance in the first quarter of fiscal 2023, resulting in the highest ever quarterly earnings of Rs 130.2 billion ($1.64 billion), Delhi-based low-cost airline, IndiGo, reported a net loss of Rs 10,643 million ($ 134343...
Next week the UK is expecting a heatwave. That’s despite the airshow. After so many canceled shows this is going to be something the industry is looking forward to – heatwave or not. While we expect the usual show orders (calling Mr. Akbar), it is...
Here’s the updated model. A slow month for orders, likely saving something Farnborough Deliveries steady with focus on MAX – a much-improved rate though over the past few years Ryanair has taken 32 MAX YTD, Alaska 14, and Southwest 12 83% of YTD deliveries...
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