2023 began with a bang for Latin American carriers. We have seen almost everything in these first three months. From the announcement of new airlines to the cease of operations of three –possibly four– operators in the region, it has been a very active period. New...
Sri Lanka’s official carrier, SriLankan Airlines, has posted huge losses of Rs 248 billion during the first four months of 2022, media reported on July 13. A US dollar is worth almost Sri Lankan Rs 360 so the loss stands $790.000. It was not immediately clear if this...
Six months ago, last October, the headlines spoke of Airbus resisting pressure from lessors and engine manufacturers that would have it cut planned production rates. Airbus currently plans to increase A320neo family production to 64 per month in the second quarter...
ATR will announce further details of its net-zero roadmap for its turboprop aircraft family within the next two to three months. The French-Italian airframer is looking at different solutions that go beyond sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs), but it will only announce...
Thai Airways International managed to reduce its operating loss for the first nine months of 2021, despite a decline in revenue due to new COVID-19 outbreaks in Thailand, coupled with ongoing international travel restrictions related to the pandemic. Operating loss...
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