With just two weeks to go until the third quarter is over, various US airlines have fired warning shots over their financial results for Q3. Many cite rising labor expenses and oil prices and changing booking patterns as reasons for expected lower operating profits....
UPDATE – Boeing’s announcement that the first deliveries of the MAX 7 will only start in 2024 must have come too late for Southwest Airlines to include in its HY1 earnings release. The carrier still includes 31 deliveries of the type for 2023. But during the...
UPDATE – United Airlines is finding itself at the center of the storm and criticism this week when bad weather on the East Coast and staffing issues at air traffic control led to massive flight disruptions and cancelations. The crisis, which isn’t fully over...
Today’s news from Southwest Airlines generated a lot of reactions across the trade and news media to slowing MAX deliveries. We want to offer some context. Here’s the big picture from January 2021. The grounding of the MAX was awful for the...
While a recent operational issue at Southwest Airlines attracted headlines last week, just as interesting is what the impact will be of Boeing’s tailfin problems on the low-cost airline. Southwest disclosed today that it expects twenty fewer MAX 8s to be delivered...
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