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Doubts return to €53mn bailout of Spain’s Plus Ultra

Doubts return to €53mn bailout of Spain’s Plus Ultra

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Malaysia's Raya Airways eyes fleet, network growth

Raya Airways (TH, Kuala Lumpur Subang) is planning to expand its fleet and network over the course of 2022 as cargo demand is exceeding pre-pandemic levels, Managing Director Mohamad Najib Ishak told...

interCaribbean denies acquiring LIAT ATR42s

interCaribbean Airways (JY, Providenciales) has denied local news reports that claimed it has purchased Avions de Transport Régional turboprops of fellow regional carrier LIAT (LIA, Antigua), currently in administration....

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Egypt's CIAF Leasing ends in-house E195 pax operations

Egypt's CIAF Leasing ends in-house E195 pax operations

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Malaysia’s AirAsia X withdraws challenge to pay lessor $23mn

AirAsia X (D7, Kuala Lumpur Int'l) and wholly-owned subsidiary AAX Leasing Two withdrew, on January 20, a request to challenge the registration in Malaysia of a UK court ruling forcing the airline...

Ghanaian investors join fray for new national carrier

Two Ghanaian companies are making a bid to partner with the government for the establishment of a new national airline, AviationGhana reports.

ch-aviation sources have named Ghana’s Despite Group of Companies (DGC) as one...

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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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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Bulgaria's GP Aviation secures wet-leased A320

Bulgaria's GP Aviation secures wet-leased A320

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US's Miami Air continues recertification drive

Miami Air (BSK, Miami Int'l) has asked the US Department of Transportation(DOT) to waive dormancy provisions of its air service certificates for another two months until March 2, 2022.

In a...

Hungary's Wizz Air eyes US cargo flights

Wizz Air (W6, Budapest) has announced plans to launch cargo charter flights on behalf of the Hungarian government using its A330-200F.

In its application lodged with the US Department of...

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The number of worldwide active aircraft continues to grow in December 2021

The rise in active aircraft and drop in grounded aircraft continues in December 2021. Comparing this month with December 2020, there is a sizeable 44% increase.

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DHL Express ends Bergamo, Italy operations

DHL Express ends Bergamo, Italy operations

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Reunion's Air Austral welcomes €20mn French state aid

Air Austral (UU, St. Denis de la Réunion) has welcomed Brussels' decision to authorise France's plan to grant it a EUR20 million euro (USD22.6 million) rescue loan.

Chairman and Chief Executive...

Canada's Lynx Air outlines launch network due in early 2Q22

Canada’s latest budget startup, Lynx Air (DAT, Calgary), has opened ticket sales for flights on five domestic routes, launching in April 2022.

The first destinations from Calgary include Toronto Pearson, Vancouver...

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Take a look at the top 25 airlines with the highest percentage of active aircraft

We have analysed airlines with 100 or more aircraft in their fleet. The top 25 airlines with the highest percentage of active aircraft are listed here.

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Italy's ITA Airways to wet-lease B777s from AlisCargo

Italy's ITA Airways to wet-lease B777s from AlisCargo

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Air India seeks consent to alter bond maturity dates

Ahead of its imminent takeover by the conglomerate Tata Sons, Air India (AI, Mumbai Int'l) has sought the approval of bondholders to bring forward the dates of maturity of two series of bonds...

Caribbean Airlines to resume operations to Suriname

Caribbean Airlines (BW, Port of Spain) has confirmed it will resume flights to Paramaribo Int'l after having been given the go-ahead by the Surinamese government.

"The start date for Suriname...

Heightened demand in December has brought rising worldwide capacity numbers

The worldwide capacity has increased at the year's end, as we currently count 82 million scheduled seats per week - a 7% increase compared to last month. Comparing this week to the same week in December 2020, we observe a rise of 33%.

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October 2021 brought a new decline in worldwide aircraft deliveries

With 66 aircraft delivered, this month brought a 34% drop in worldwide aircraft deliveries following a brief increase in September. We notice that the October delivery numbers are their lowest since March 2021.

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