Airbus announced the following: Delta Air Lines has firmed up an order for a dozen more A220-300 aircraft, bringing the airline’s total firm order for A220s to 119 aircraft – 45 A220-100s and 74 A220-300s . Delta has reordered the A220 four times and is today...
In the US, the DoT has legislation backing its acquisition of airline data. We have noted several times that the US DoT data has granularity and is the most detailed source on airline operations worldwide. It is, generally speaking, useful for analysis both within and...
Yesterday Delta Air Lines signed a deal with Colorado-based Gevo Inc. for 75 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) per year over seven years. Gevo states the “Agreement valued at approximately $2.8 billion of revenue over seven years, inclusive of...
Delta Airlines has long been the US airline that flies the wings off its aircraft – they do not chase the new models at entry into service. Over the recent years, Delta started a fleet renewal process that saw them become the C Series “anchor...
Delta Air Lines is set to lose its Australian partner carrier in 2022, as Virgin Australia is preparing to partner with United Airlines from April 2022. Virgin Australia says the partnership with United “will triple” its reach into the Americas region, while also...
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