Swoop In The Market For More Narrowbodies

MALTA—Canadian ULCC Swoop is looking to grow its fleet to up to 50 aircraft “over the next couple of years” as the airline seeks to add more secondary airports to its network.“I believe there is a market for 30-50 aircraft” in that period, Swoop president Steven Greenway told attendees of the CAPA...

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