Amidst the uncertainty of the return to service of its Boeing MAX 8-fleet Norwegian has decided to cut its transatlantic network out of Ireland from mid-September. The low-cost airline will discontinue six routes to Dublin out of Providence and New York Stewart in the...
It was going to happen, as the airline industry starts to sense a slowdown. The order splurge of the past few years was unprecedented. Between them, Airbus and Boeing are sitting on a seven-year backlog in single-aisle aircraft. But because of the two crashes and...
Major European travel and airline TUI Group is expecting the grounding of its Boeing MAX 8-fleet to cost €200mln. That is when the grounding lasts until the Summer. If extended until September, another €100mln impact on its before-tax results is to be expected, the...
The crisis around the Boeing MAX has deepened on March 12, with more countries and airlines suspending operations of the type until further notice. Early evening EASA has issued a Europe-wide suspension of MAX operations until further notice. “As a precautionary...
Boeing, as anticipated, formally launched the 737MAX10 this morning, announcing that the aircraft has garnered 240 orders from 10 customers to be announced during the Paris Air Show this week. Today’s order announcements included GECAS, CDB Leasing, Tibet...
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