Chinese private carrier Air Travel has grown to serving eight destinations from its new home province, moving into the increasingly fierce competition in central China to expand commercial aviation industries.
Airbus confirmed Oct. 29 it may raise single-aisle production rates to 47 aircraft per month from 40 at some point in 2021, a move that would be “backed by the backlog”, according to CEO Guillaume Faury.
Singapore is taking further steps to stimulate international inbound visitor demand, allowing travelers from mainland China and the Australian state of Victoria to enter without undergoing 14-day quarantines starting Nov. 6.
Las Vegas based Allegiant Air believes the COVID-19 pandemic is creating opportunities to acquire used aircraft without huge capital outlays, as a large number of narrowbodies remain parked or in storage.
Spirit Airlines will operate 80% of its pre-pandemic capacity beginning in November, as it capitalizes on solid leisure demand following a better-than-expected 2020 third-quarter (Q3).
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