Austrian Airlines will not make a decision on the renewal of its Boeing 767 long-haul fleet anytime soon. The carrier first wants to have a better understanding of the consequences of the Fit for 55 plan on emission reductions and taxation on hub airports such as...
UPDATE – Taiwan’s China Airlines has selected the Boeing 787-9 as the replacement for its aging Airbus A330-300 fleet. The carrier has placed a firm order for sixteen Dreamliners with Boeing plus eight options, it said on August 30 in a stock exchange filing....
There has been a steady stream of news reports about United Airlines looking at replacing its aging 767s and 777-200s. As a launch customer for both aircraft, United has seen many years of service from these two models. What can we say about United’s twin-aisle...
UPDATE – Airbus predicts demand for commercial aircraft to shift from fleet growth to accelerated retirement of older, less fuel-efficient aircraft, resulting in the need for 39.020 aircraft over the next two decades. In their Global Market Forecast that Airbus...
Italians have a new airline, well a new name at least. This is what the fleet looks like at the start of the ITA Airways’ journey. All the aircraft listed are ex-Alitalia and should be delivered on October 21. As we can see several are parked and need to be...
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