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During the month of September Airbus shipped 40 commercial airplanes, or 17 fewer than during the same month in 2020.
After losing a bid to acquire India’s flag carrier, SpiceJet founder Ajay Singh calls the government’s sale process “transparent and flexible.”
Passengers are increasingly willing to fly but are hampered by the patchwork of confusing and inconsistent restrictions for cross-border travel.
Contracts covering 51 A320neos make Jet2 a new Airbus customer and call for first delivery in 2023.
AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly expects that aircraft leasing companies will have to do “some more heavy lifting" to help airlines as they recover from Covid-19.
The airline trade body admits that the new target will be a ‘huge challenge’ and will need the support of all stakeholders, including governments.
The global airline trade body predicts that airlines’ joint loss will narrow to $11.6 billion; North America the only region to be profitable.
Flyadeal's fleet of 15 Airbus A320s could be augmented with long-range A321 variants for international flying.
IAI and Avolon have signed an agreement for conversion of 30 Airbus A330-300s from passenger-to-freighter configuration.
ITA has inked deals with Airbus and Air Lease Corp for 59 Airbus narrowbody and widebody airliners ahead of its formal launch October 15.