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...
For industry observers, the airline’s results are a surprise regarding the reported profit. SpiceJet results report profits are up 161%, while operational revenues are up 2%. The airline reported a net profit of Rs 232.8 million, excluding a foreign exchange...
Boeing’s supportive hand from the US government came late in 2022. As important as this was for Boeing, it is also important for many more interested parties. The Boeing supply chain clearly is near the top of that list. However, there is also the rest of the...
All US operators of the Airbus A220 are required to update the software of the electronic engine control (EEC) system of the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G. The FAA has issued an Airworthiness Directive dated December 27 that prompts action after an A220 suffered a dual...
Etihad is about to do ‘a Lufthansa’. After many months of saying “we won’t” and “we might”, the Abu Dhabi airline has now confirmed that it will bring back four Airbus A380s out of storage for the summer 2023 schedule. Etihad confirms it needs A380s after all. The...
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