Swiss airline Edelweiss will introduce six Airbus A350-900s into its fleet in the summer of 2025. The aircraft will replace the five A340-300s in a move that mirrors that of sister airline SWISS, which is also replacing the quads with twins in 2025. While SWISS is...
North America has always been a cornerstone of Lufthansa Group’s operations. CEO Carsten Spohr referred to it as “the backbone of aviation” during Tuesday’s US Chamber Global Aerospace Summit in Washington. It will not be a coincidence that the airline group...
Airlines across the world are expecting a significant impact on their operations next year from the latest service guidelines for Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan (GTF). P&W-parent RTX said on Monday in a trading update that 600-700 engines require incremental...
SWISS will be offering more Premium Economy seats on its new Airbus A350-900s than on other long-haul aircraft in its fleet. Compared to the A350s of parent airline Lufthansa, the seat count will be significantly lower to offer customers more space and comfort. SWISS...
UPDATE – Lufthansa Group has produced a very strong second quarter, with its subsidiaries SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, and Lufthansa Technik turning in record-high operating profits. While the parent airline is lagging behind, Lufthansa has...
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