Not just AerCap is optimistic about the prospects of the widebody aircraft market, but so is Air Lease Corporation (ALC). The US lessor is reading a strong recovery of the long-haul market that will be supported by upcoming sales, which could cover two years of...
Delhi-based low-cost airline IndiGo intends to wet lease extra aircraft to cover the shortfall for its scheduled international operations. The lease, which reportedly includes three Boeing 777s from Turkish Airlines, is “an interim measure”. A wet lease means that...
Airbus will reach 1.000 aircraft deliveries or more in the second half of the decade as demand for narrowbodies remains strong and that for widebodies is expected to recover strongly as well. Short term, the airframer has to deal with supply chain issues, although...
While demand for air travel will remain solid, lower than expected economic growth in the next decade will affect new aircraft deliveries until 2041. In its latest Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) that was released today, Boeing forecasts 41.170 deliveries of new...
The Middle East will continue to be one of the leading markets for wide-body aircraft in the near to medium-term future. In its latest Commercial Market Outlook for the region, Boeing projects demand for 1.570 wide bodies until 2040. Only Europe has an appetite for...
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