News out today shows hundreds of US flights canceled. The talk is about Omicron – well of course. But take a look at how well the US airlines have actually recovered from the 2020 Covid debacle. The first chart shows the history of US passenger traffic. The...
Welcome to Morning Call for 24 December 2021, and the Top Aviation News Stories for today. You can also search our archives for older news stories by date. Morning Call’s normal publication will be suspended until 3 January 2022 for the holiday season. We...
Santa came early for Airbus and it has been quite a month of good news. The wins were impressive given the state of the industry as it recovers from the pandemic and which is about to go through yet another dip from national lockdowns and lockouts. The industry has to...
As the world begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and air transport operations start to normalize, albeit slowly, regional airports in Africa are expected to begin recovering. According to SITA’s data, Africa continues its strong aviation recovery in October...
The Qantas decision to opt for Airbus A320 Family and the smaller A220 for its fleet replacement of the 162-seat 737 NG and smaller regional jets is a defining moment in aviation and should send Boeing back to the drawing board to build the 797. Qantas is one of the...
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