Romania's Hello Jets launches with a wet leased B737

Romania's Hello Jets launches with a wet leased B737

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easyJet firms options for 56 A320neo Family aircraft

easyJet (U2, London Luton) has firmed purchase rights and options for fifty-six A320neo Family aircraft, which are now scheduled for delivery to the low-cost carrier between 2026 and 2029.

The airline...

Costa Rica Green Airways targets zero emissions fleet

Costa Rica Green Airways (GW, San José Tobías Bolaños) is to retrofit its fleet of Cessna (single turboprop) 208B Grand Caravan EX with zero-emission propulsion technology.

This follows an agreement...

Worldwide aircraft deliveries decreased in April 2022

In April 2022, there were 27 fewer aircraft delivered than in March, for a total of 88. This represents an increase of 24% compared to April 2021 and a massive 487% increase over the same month in 2020.

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How to use ch-aviation as an Airfax replacement

Learn how to search all aircraft currently offered on aircraft marketplaces such as MyAirTrade for Sale or available for an ACMI or Operating lease with ch-aviation Aircraft Availability data.

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Air Serbia mulls ATR72 freighters, narrowbody options

Air Serbia mulls ATR72 freighters, narrowbody options

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Air Côte d'Ivoire to make Southern African debut

Air Côte d'Ivoire (HF, Abidjan) launches 4x weekly A320-200N services between Abidjan and Johannesburg O.R. Tambo, South Africa on June 29 as an extension of its flights to Kinshasa...

KLM holds Amsterdam Schipol responsible for losses

Although it will not have to cancel its existing bookings on a major scale, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL, Amsterdam Schiphol) says it holds Amsterdam Schiphol responsible for the financial impact arising...

Monthly Development Update - October 2021

We are ready to share with you News by Other Publishers. This update significantly enhances our news coverage, offering even more industry-relevant information. In addition, we have also deployed a few small fixes on the website.

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Look into the future with our new Aircraft Order, Aircraft Delivery, and Aircraft Retirement Data

With our new Aircraft Order, Aircraft Delivery and Aircraft Retirement Data, you are now ahead of the game by predicting market trends and detecting future market demands earlier than your competitors.

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TAAG Angola Airlines nears narrow-body renewal decision

TAAG Angola Airlines nears narrow-body renewal decision

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Oman Air to join Oneworld in 2024

Oman Air (WY, Muscat) has been approved as a member designate of Oneworld and will join the alliance in 2024 once it completes its integration with other partner carriers.

The...

Air New Zealand reactivates some B777s in int’l ramp-up

Air New Zealand (NZ, Auckland Int'l) has said it is resuming 14 international routes over a period of 16 days until July 9, as it aims to reach 60% of its pre-Covid...

Uganda Airlines wins the "ch-aviation World's Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2022"

Uganda Airlines is the winner of the "ch-aviation World's Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2022". For the second year in a row, the airline operates the world's youngest fleet, with an average aircraft age of 1.95 years.

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Italy's Jonica Airways eyes B737-300s, Fly LeOne co-op

Italy's Jonica Airways eyes B737-300s, Fly LeOne co-op

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Nauru Airlines suspends pax ops amid Covid spike

Following an outbreak of COVID-19, Nauru Airlines (ON, Nauru) has suspended passenger services into the tiny island country in Micronesia, northeast of Australia.

The airline announced it has suspended scheduled passenger services...

Spain’s Wamos Air exits scheduled ops, hands to Iberojet

Wamos Air (EB, Madrid Barajas) has taken a “strategic shift” in its business model, to exit scheduled flights and specialise only in charter, cargo, and wet-lease operations. As a result, it has...

Russian airlines' aircraft stored/parked/maintained outside of Russia - Top 10 Airports

There are currently 90 Russian-operated aircraft outside of Russia. Here is a list of the top ten airports where Russian airlines’ aircraft are stored/parked/maintained, with half of them being Turkish airports.

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Worldwide capacity in decline

Following the post-Covid era’s highest capacity figures in mid-April (104.2 million planned seats), worldwide capacity has now declined. The end of May stood at 88.9 million scheduled seats, a 32% increase on May 2021 and a staggering 155% increase compared to May 2020.

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Norwegian firms 50 MAX 8s as part of Boeing peace deal

Norwegian firms 50 MAX 8s as part of Boeing peace deal

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Kenya Airways intends to buy 40 eVTOL aircraft

Kenya Airways (KQ, Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta) intents to acquire up to 40 electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles starting 2026 for its Fahari Aviation subsidiary from Embraer subsidiary Eve...

Saudia outlines plans to deploy 14 aircraft on Hajj charters

Saudia (SV, Jeddah) has announced plans to deploy 14 aircraft on Hajj charters to operate 268 international flights and 32 domestic flights in the first post-COVID pilgrimage season.

The Hajj pilgrimage...

The world’s active airline fleets are on the rise again

The overall global fleet size currently counts 28,576 aircraft, of which 22,810 are active and 5,766 are grounded. Read the full analysis here.

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Impact of the War on the Russian and Ukrainian Airline Industry

ch-aviation is covering the ongoing war in Ukraine and its impact on both the Russian and Ukrainian civil aviation industries. Stay tuned for updates and developments as the situation unfolds.

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