Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of May 2022: 25 – Airbus is to open a fifth Zero-Emission Development Center (ZEDC) as part of the ZEROe hydrogen project. The fifth center will be in Filton, making it the first in the UK. The...
Malaysia Airlines Group produced a positive operating result or EBITDA in 2021, the first in many years. The result reflects efforts to restructure the balance sheet and reduce debt. With passenger traffic still low, MAB main revenue generator was cargo. Malaysia...
The announcement from Air Lease Corporation (ALC) that it will lease 25 Boeing MAX 8s to Malaysia Airlines is another change of plans of the MAX introduction with the airline. Malaysia Airlines turns to ALC for its 25 MAX 8s. Originally, Malaysia Airlines (MAS)...
Unless Omicron plays havoc in Asia and delays the reopening of air travel in Asia and the Pacific, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is on track to leave its troubled years behind. The airline produced its first cash positive month in October and repeated this in November....
With the delivery of the final Airbus A380 to Emirates on December 16, the book on the production of the world’s biggest passenger aircraft can be closed. The aircraft registered as A6-EVS is the 251st A380 that has been delivered new to an airline, yet it has...
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