Delivery delays of the Boeing MAX 8200 force Ryanair to make adjustments in its original winter 2023/2024 schedule. The low-cost carrier said on Thursday that it is expecting thirteen fewer aircraft deliveries until the end of December. Ryanair had expected 27 MAX...
We continue to work through the library of models following the recent DoT datasets being updated. The Boeing MAX versus Airbus A320neo family model is bound to attract attention from our readership. Notice we have added Avelo and Breeze even though their data is...
Boeing continues taking new MAX orders this week, with lessor SMBC Aviation Capital signing up for 25 incremental MAX 8s on Tuesday. The aircraft will be delivered in 2028 and 2029. The latest order brings the total backlog of the Dublin-based lessor to 81 MAX 8s. “In...
The Airbus A320neo and the Boeing 737MAX families have substantial backlogs, as they promise better fuel efficiency than earlier models. New engine technology with the CFM Leap and Pratt & Whitney GTF promises 15-16% better fuel efficiency than the older CFM-56...
UPDATE – Vietnam Airlines placed an order with Boeing for fifty MAX 8 aircraft, shifting away from the predominantly Airbus fleet to more US-built aircraft. The purchase was announced on September 10/11 during the state visit of US President Joe Biden to...
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