Southwest Airlines’ decision to exit Newark Liberty International airport from 03-Nov-2019 as a result of the prolonged grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX has garnered…..
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What’s in a name? Boeing says it has no plans to rename the MAX, but it appears IAG and Ryanair have different thoughts
The famous ‘What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,’ line from Romeo and Juliet…..
New generation aircraft offer game-changing economics and range for LCCs. In the narrowbody space, several LCCs are now operating or have on order new generation narrowbody aircraft on long…..
With no return to service date yet confirmed, North America’s airlines continue their work to mitigate 737 MAX groundings
North American airlines operating the Boeing 737 Max are in the throes of creating plans to ease the continuing commercial ramifications from the worldwide grounding…..
Even as Southwest Airlines was forced to cancel roughly 10,000 flights in the first quarter due to the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX and…..
MAX grounding could end up costing Boeing more than USD55 million a day as regulators and federal agencies probe 737 accident circumstances
It remains early days in the investigation into the recent crash of the Ethiopian Airlines, but with the loss of a Lion Air aircraft last…..
GOL’s new 737 MAX-8 deal will allow it to add one ‘new international destination every quarter over the next two years’
Brazilian carrier GOL Linhas Aereas is to accelerate its fleet renewal programme after signing a lease deal with Avolon to introduce an additional 11 Boeing…..
In late Aug-2018 Virgin Australia announced the conversion of 10 737 MAX 8 orders to the larger 737 MAX 10. Summary Virgin Australia has converted…..
First 737 MAX enters service with Malaysia’s Malindo; Fiji Airways to launch first MAX route to Australia
Malaysia’s Malindo Air has placed into service Boeing’s first 737 MAX, a new re-engined narrowbody aircraft family that also has been ordered by Virgin Australia…..