This year has been challenging for the Colombian ultra-low-cost carrier Viva Air and the Mexican business-oriented airline Aeromar. Both companies are at serious risk of bankruptcy and cessation of operations. Let’s take a look at Viva Air & Aeromar: two Latin...
Hawaiian Airlines has amended its delivery schedule for the ten Boeing 787s it has on order while at the same time ordering two more. This brings the backlog to twelve Dreamliners. The airline disclosed the supplemental agreement with Boeing in an SEC filing on...
UPDATE – Canada’s Porter Airlines has taken delivery today of the first two Embraer E195-E2s. The aircraft were handed over during a ceremony in Sao Jose dos Campos, with three more to follow before the end of the year. Porter was expected to receive the first...
Saudi Arabian airline flynas is diverting from the golden rule for low-cost carriers of operating one-type only. The carrier has taken delivery of a second Airbus A330-300, which it intends to start operating in the coming March. flynas inducts two A330s to boost...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the third airline to confirm an order for Boeing’s new full-freighter, the 777-8F. But like launch customer Qatar Airways, the Japanese have swapped orders for the 777-9 for the freighter version. ANA also confirmed an order for...
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