Pan African but Togo-based carrier ASKY Airlines is expanding its fleet by leasing two Boeing MAX 8s from AerCap. These are used aircraft but will be the first MAX in the fleet that consists of 737NGs. The MAX 8s will be delivered in June through August. ASKY Airlines...
Qantas will grow its capacity back to 100 percent of 2019 levels by March next year, up from the current 84 percent. The carrier will induct new and stored aircraft to the fleet and lease capacity from Finnair to make this possible. Qantas to grow back capacity to 100...
Swiss regional airline Helvetic Airways has leased two Embraer E190s from lessor TrueNoord to expand its fleet. The aircraft recently flew with TUI fly Belgium, which is replacing them with new E195-E2s on lease for AerCap. For Helvetic, the two aircraft are a welcome...
African carrier Air Algérie is set to award contracts for fifteen new aircraft to Airbus and Boeing as part of its fleet renewal plan. This also includes the lease of ten more aircraft from lessors. Air Algérie issued the provisional awarding on its LinkedIn page,...
airBaltic is forced to wet-lease in another four aircraft for the early summer season because Pratt & Whitney is unable to return repaired Geared Turbofan engines for its own Airbus A220-300s in time. The Nordic airline did little to hide its frustrations in a...
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