As airlines become more carbon sensitive and embrace anything “Green”, it is useful to get a better comprehension of the carbon footprint generated. The key driver is the number 5.5 – each gallon of Jet-A burned generates 5.5 pounds of carbon. Using...
The US DoT updated their DB1B through yearend 2021 and we have updated our models. Subscribers, please take a look in the library. Meanwhile, we decided to create a snapshot of 2021 to get an idea of how the industry emerged from the depths of the 2019 pandemic hit....
Airline customers in the US can expect ticket prices to be up by some double-digit numbers in the coming months as US airlines will pass on higher fuel prices. They follow a trend seen in other regions of the world, where airlines have responded to the soaring oil...
Another North American (ultra)-low-cost carrier is adding the Boeing MAX 8 to its fleet. Swoop, the ULCC subsidiary of WestJet, will take delivery of six MAX 8s until this summer to grow its fleet to sixteen aircraft, it announced on February 9. Boeing Swoops another...
The Omicron effect on bookings and staffing will push Southwest Airlines back into a loss-making first quarter, but the carrier expects to be profitable for the rest of the year and end 2022 with black numbers. The US low-cost reported a $977 million net profit for...
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