Credit: Rob FinlaysonAir France and its low-cost sister airline Transavia are expanding their services to and from Algeria, adding services from Paris and the French regions, taking advantage of the gap left by Aigle Azur, which collapsed in September.
Credit: Stephen Brashear / Getty ImagesAs airlines grapple with capacity shortages created by the Boeing 737 MAX grounding or a sudden over-supply because of COVID-19-related schedule reductions, lessors are supporting their mitigation plans, including matching customers in both categories and moving aircraft between them.
Credit: Joe PriesSunExpress, a joint venture between Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa, reported a 2019 revenue of €1.4 billion ($1.6 billion), up 10% compared to 2018. The carrier did not report profit or loss figures.
Credit: EgyptAirEgyptAir received the first two of 15 Airbus A320neo family aircraft Feb. 14 & 19, becoming the first airline in the Middle East and Africa to operate both the Airbus A220-300 and the A320neo.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonChinese airlines on Feb. 18 began widely promoting charter services to get people back to work, supporting a government policy to restart national production amid the Wuhan virus epidemic.
Credit: Stephen Brashear/Getty ImagesBoeing is inspecting all 737 MAXs it has in storage and adding factory-floor precautions after discovering foreign object debris in the fuel tanks of multiple MAXs, the company confirmed late Feb. 18.
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