Chinese LCC Spring Airlines will take delivery of up to seven Airbus A320 family aircraft by the end of 2020, increasing its fleet by about 7% as it expands its business by redeploying international capacity to domestic routes.
Daily passenger throughput at U.S. airports reached one million people on Oct. 18 for the first time since mid-March, marking a symbolic turning point in the airline industry’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aircraft lessor GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) and California-based investment-management firm PIMCO are partnering on a new aircraft-investment project, which will initially focus on narrowbodies.
The creditors of Jet Airways have approved the purchase of the collapsed Indian airline, although there are still significant hurdles to overcome if it is to restart operations in some form.
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