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...
Airbus has slightly revised upwards the projected number of aircraft deliveries for the next twenty years. Based on the continued recovery of air travel, the European airframer is expecting worldwide demand for commercial aircraft to grow to 39.490 aircraft by 2041,...
The first day of Singapore Airshow looked like an extension of Dubai Airshow as far as announcements of freighter conversions are concerned. Both Airbus (indirectly) and Boeing presented updates on their widebody conversion programs. Day 1 Singapore Airshow: more...
Saudi Arabian Airlines or Saudia is in negotiations with Airbus and Boeing about a new widebody order for an unspecified number of aircraft. The airline says it needs the aircraft for the expansion of its network, which it has plans to grow from ninety destinations...
Vietjet Air has chosen Airbus A330 aircraft for its widebody operations, making it the first widebody for the Vietnamese low-cost carrier, which currently operates all-Airbus A320 family aircraft. In a Vietnamese statement from 5 November, Vietjet said three leased...
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