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ANA’s Peach takes on the Asian LCC market

By Chen Chuanren Jan 23, 2020
The seeds of Asia-Pacific’s LCC revolution were sown at the turn of the millennium with AirAsia. As demand for low-fare travel spread northward and…
Air Transport

Why selling small narrowbodies in the US is a challenge

By Robert W. Moorman Jan 23, 2020
The 100-150 seat aircraft sits in a “tween” market between smaller regional jets and larger narrowbodies. The question is: How big is that market?…
Air Transport

How airlines can derive strategic benefits from multi-AOC operations.

Lars-Michael Wendel and Arvind Chandrasekhar Jan 23, 2020
In June 2019, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary announced that his airline group would establish a new startup airline in Malta, adding a fourth operator…
Air Transport

Latin America-Caribbean region poses obstacles to aviation growth

By Mark Nensel Dec 23, 2019
The commercial aviation industry in the Latin America-Caribbean region heads into 2020 in a state of flux, producing a dim outlook.
Air Transport

IATA: Airlines on track to submit first CORSIA emissions reports

By Victoria Moores Dec 20, 2019
Airlines worldwide are on track to submit their first full year of emissions data under ICAO’s Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for…
Air Transport

Interview exclusive with IATA director general

By Karen Walker Dec 20, 2019
IATA’s chief remains passionate about the airline industry’s raison d’être.
Air Transport

MAX grounding strains Boeing-Southwest relationship

Aaron Karp Dec 20, 2019
MAX grounding strains Boeing-Southwest relationship.
Air Transport

Denver Airport to restart terminal renovation after canceling contract

By Robert W. Moorman Dec 20, 2019
After firing developer, Denver International vows terminal makeover will be on budget with new team.
Air Transport

New-engine problems, labor concerns likely to stress MRO shops in 2020

By Henry Canaday Dec 20, 2019
Data sharing, the MAX return and a labor shortage pose challenges in 2020.
Air Transport

Kuwaiti LCC Jazeera Airways expands network, fleet

By Alan Dron Dec 20, 2019
Jazeera Airways believes the LCC model can work in a region used to luxury.
Air Transport

Trends December 2019/January 2020

Dec 16, 2019
2019 Third Quarter Airline & Lessor Financial Results
Air Transport

FAA wants Boeing to improve MAX submissions

By Sean Broderick Dec 12, 2019
FAA administrator Steve Dickson suggested Boeing improve the “quality and timeliness” of information it is providing the agency to support getting the 737 MAX back into service, part of a larger message that Boeing’s efforts should focus on meeting regulatory demands, not influencing the process.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

FAA moves toward space-based ADS-B to track aircraft

By Bill Carey Dec 12, 2019
FAA is considering expanding its use of space-based surveillance to track aircraft and maintain separations in oceanic airspace beyond an operational trial slated to begin in the Caribbean region in March.
Interiors & Connectivity

Delta pilots ask DOT to put conditions on proposed WestJet JV

Dec 12, 2019
Delta Air Lines pilots are urging the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to place conditions on the carrier’s proposed transborder joint venture (JV) with Calgary-based WestJet, expressing concerns about how Delta has divided flying opportunities under its immunized alliance with Virgin Atlantic.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Retirements prompt senior-management changes at BOC Aviation

By Victoria Moores Dec 12, 2019
Aircraft lessor BOC Aviation has appointed a new executive director, board vice-chairman, two deputy MDs and CFO following the retirement of two multi-role senior executives.
Airlines & Lessors

Recaro Aircraft Seating inaugurates expanded Chinese plant

By Victoria Moores Dec 12, 2019
German aircraft-seating manufacturer Recaro has inaugurated a new 7,500 sq m production facility in Qingdao, China, paving the way for further Asia-Pacific growth.
Interiors & Connectivity

South Africa’s Comair names new group CEO

By Victoria Moores Dec 12, 2019
South African aviation group Comair has promoted joint CEO Wrenelle Stander to group CEO, while her former co-joint CEO Glenn Orsmond has been named as CEO of Comair’s airline division.
Airlines & Lessors

Moscow to implement the new ATC zone structure in 2020

By Polina Montag-Girmes Dec 12, 2019
The Russian government has approved a new zone structure for Moscow’s air traffic control (ATC), which will be introduced Dec. 3, 2020.
Airports & Routes

Korean startup Hi Air set to begin ATR services

By Adrian Schofield Dec 12, 2019
South Korean regional startup Hi Air will launch domestic turboprop operations this month, manufacturer ATR said.
Airlines & Lessors

Korean Air names next president

By Adrian Schofield Dec 12, 2019
Korean Air has appointed airline veteran Kee Hong Woo as its next president, taking the position previously held by current chairman Walter Cho.
Airlines & Lessors

Cathay Pacific to cover Air New Zealand’s Hong Kong route

By Adrian Schofield Dec 12, 2019
Cathay Pacific Airways has agreed to temporarily take over its partner Air New Zealand’s (ANZ) Hong Kong flights, which will help ANZ cover for a shortage of international capacity.
Airports & Routes

Southwest Airlines, Boeing reach deal on partial MAX damages

By Sean Broderick Dec 12, 2019
Southwest Airlines will share $125 million with employees as part of a deal struck with Boeing that covers part of what the airline is losing because of the 737 MAX groundings, the carrier said Dec. 12.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Taiwan’s Far Eastern Air Transport ceases operations

Dec 12, 2019
Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) announced Dec. 12 it will stop operations from Dec. 13, as a result of mounting financial pressure.
Airlines & Lessors

Wizz Air to launch Abu Dhabi LCC

Dec 12, 2019
Budapest-based LCC Wizz Air unveiled plans Thursday to create a new Abu Dhabi-based airline in partnership with Abu Dhabi development holding company PJSC.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Dickson still confident in FAA certification process

By Sean Broderick Dec 11, 2019
The FAA’s top official remains confident in the agency’s certification methodology and processes for evaluating safety-critical issues, pushing back on lawmakers’ assertions that the system is “broken” and in need of a major overhaul.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

 

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