Air Mauritius turns to wet-leases to cover longhaul demand

Air Mauritius turns to wet-leases to cover longhaul demand

This article is available to ch-aviation PRO subscribers only. Get access to more than news articles in our global airline database and subscribe or try now.

Faroese cargo start-up FarCargo to launch ops by mid-4Q22

Salmon-schlepping start-up FarCargo (Vágar) expects to begin cargo flights out of Vágar to the United States, Israel, “and other remote markets” within three months using a B757-200(F) to be operated...

India’s SpiceJet settles with lessor, three B737s resume ops

SpiceJet (SG, Delhi Int'l) has settled a commercial dispute with Dublin-headquartered lessor Goshawk and three of its affiliated entities, allowing the low-cost carrier to add three more Boeing aircraft to...

Learn More

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.

Read more

Advertising at ch-aviation

ch-aviation is read by executives and key decision-makers at airports, airlines and suppliers because it provides actionable news and data that they use in their day-to-day responsibilities. The site generates on average more than 690,000 monthly pageviews, 195,000 unique monthly visitors.

Read more

Aeroflot agrees on SSJs, MC-21s, Tu-214s, Il-114s

Aeroflot agrees on SSJs, MC-21s, Tu-214s, Il-114s

This article is available to ch-aviation PRO subscribers only. Get access to more than news articles in our global airline database and subscribe or try now.

Air New Zealand mulls widebody ACMI from 4Q22

Air New Zealand (NZ, Auckland Int'l) is evaluating options for the wet-lease of a widebody aircraft to bolster its capacity during the upcoming southern summer season (i.e. northern winter), as its in-house...

SAS secures $700mn financing to assist restructure

SAS Scandinavian Airlines (SK, Copenhagen Kastrup) parent SAS Group has entered into an agreement with New York-based private equity firm Apollo Global Management to raise USD700 million in financing to help...

Contacts Now Available for Download

There are so many reasons to switch to ch-aviation PRO.

Trade-in your existing airline intelligence and news subscription for ch-aviation PRO and get up to six months for free.

Read more

Worldwide aircraft deliveries are stagnating

In May 2022, there was only one more aircraft delivered than in April, for a total of 89. This represents an increase of 22% compared to May 2021 and a massive 368% increase over the same month in 2020.

Read more

DRC regulator revokes Mwant Jet's AOC

DRC regulator revokes Mwant Jet's AOC

This article is available to ch-aviation PRO subscribers only. Get access to more than news articles in our global airline database and subscribe or try now.

Valletta planning to dissolve Air Malta in 4Q22 - report

The Maltese government has advanced backup plans to dissolve Air Malta (KM, Malta Int'l) at the end of October 2022 and to transfer its few remaining profitable assets to a new, as yet...

American Airlines orders 20+40 Boom supersonic jets

American Airlines (AA, Dallas/Fort Worth) has placed an order with Boom Technology (Denver Centennial) for twenty Overture supersonic aircraft with options for 40 more. The airline has signalled its...

ACMI deals on ch-aviation

The number of worldwide active aircraft continues to grow in June 2022

The total worldwide fleet size currently counts 28,674 aircraft, with 23,513 active and 5,161 grounded, and we can see a favourable trend over the last three months.

Read more

Amount of leased Russian aircraft outside the country, by Lessor

Take a look at the leased Russian aircraft outside the country by Lessor. AerCap is at the top of the list, with the most aircraft, followed by CDB Aviation, SberLeasing, Air Lease Corporation, and Avolon.

Read more

Ukraine's Bees Airline appeals AOC cancellation

Ukraine's Bees Airline appeals AOC cancellation

This article is available to ch-aviation PRO subscribers only. Get access to more than news articles in our global airline database and subscribe or try now.

Dominican Republic's Arajet outlines late 3Q22 launch plans

Arajet (DM, Santo Domingo Las Américas) has announced it will launch scheduled passenger operations on September 15, 2022, with 13 international routes out of Santo Domingo Las Américas due within the...

Surinam Airways resumes regional operations

Surinam Airways (PY, Paramaribo Int'l) resumed flights from Paramaribo Int'l via Georgetown Cheddi Jagan to Miami Int'l on August 7, 2022, a month after they were suspended due to...

ch-aviation famous start-up tracker

Free ch-aviation PRO introduction webinar

A quick tour around ch-aviation PRO with an introduction to all its modules and best practices for a flying start. Join free webinar every week.

Read more

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.

Read more

Boeing didn’t lodge claim, forfeits debt - Garuda Indonesia

Boeing didn’t lodge claim, forfeits debt - Garuda Indonesia

This article is available to ch-aviation PRO subscribers only. Get access to more than news articles in our global airline database and subscribe or try now.

Islamabad to pitch 51% of PIA to Qatar - report

The Pakistani government plans to offer 51% operational control in PIA - Pakistan International Airlines (PK, Islamabad Quaid-e-Azam Int'l) to Qatar to raise funds for the cash-strapped national airline still operating under a...

India's Quikjet reapplies for AOC as ASL cedes control

Quikjet Airlines (FQA, Bangalore Int'l) has applied for the reactivation of its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) under the new ownership of supply-chain mogul Cyrus Guzder, the Economic Times has reported.

Guzder...

Learn More

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.

Read more

Worldwide capacity increased in June 2022

After reaching the highest post-Covid era capacity levels in mid-April (104.2 million planned seats) and dropping numbers in May, global capacity is rising again, with 98.9 million scheduled seats.

Read more
X