Engine maker Safran upholds its target that it will be able to deliver 2.000 CFM LEAP engines in 2023, despite suffering from continued supply chain and labor constraints. For this reason, CFM, which is jointly owned by Safran and General Electric, will unlikely meet...
Restoring its operational performance to solid levels has helped Alaska Airlines to produce a strong third quarter. And with the ratification of three major labor deals at Alaska and its subsidiary Horizon, long-term labor stability should be guaranteed to keep the...
The Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) has started checking the airworthiness of Russian commercial airliners transferred to the Russian aviation registry in the first half of 2022. This follows the instructions of the head of the agency, Alexander...
The newest Indian domestic airline, Akasa Air, plans to start international operations by the middle of or later next year, Praveen Iyer, the airline’s Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer, said on Thursday. “We all know that you need twenty aircraft to do...
AirAsia Aviation Group expects to recover to full capacity by the second quarter of 2023. The low-cost airline group of four airlines has seen a strong recovery in Q2 this year, which has continued into August. AirAsia reaffirmed its order for 362 Airbus A321neo’s and...
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