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Lithuania’s GetJet Airlines sued over “ambiguous” contract

Lithuania’s GetJet Airlines sued over “ambiguous” contract

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Boeing seeks reversal of Norwegian lawsuit as creditors mass

Although the High Court of Ireland has granted Norwegian (DY, Oslo Gardermoen) and its five Irish subsidiaries, which own many of its assets, interim protection from creditors, Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare)...

Willis Lease Finance seeks 30 unencumbered turboprops

Willis Lease Finance has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) concerning its planned acquisition of 30 unencumbered, off-lease turboprops - DHC-8-Q400s, ATR42-500s, or ATR72-500s.

The Florida-based lessor and services provider...

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After growing numbers in August, worldwide capacity is again slowly dropping.

August has shown an increasing number of seats within all continents, while the first half of September shows slowly dropping or stagnating numbers. The industry now counts 57.6 million seats.

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Bulgaria's GP Aviation eyes more B737s

Bulgaria's GP Aviation eyes more B737s

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US plots to sanction COMAC, AVIC - report

The US Department of Commerce is planning to impose sanctions on 89 Chinese aerospace firms, including aircraft manufacturers AVIC and COMAC, for their alleged military ties, Reuters has reported.

The news agency saw...

Garuda Indonesia shareholders back $600mn bond bailout

Garuda Indonesia (GA, Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta) has secured shareholder approval to issue seven-year convertible bonds with a maximum amount of IDR8.5 trillion rupiah (USD600 million), with Indonesia’s finance ministry stepping up to buy...

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Ukraine's Bees Airline eyes late 4Q20 launch

Ukraine's Bees Airline eyes late 4Q20 launch

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LOT set to exit Estonia's Xfly in late 4Q20

Estonia’s state-owned flag carrier Nordica (EE, Tallinn Lennart Meri) will “terminate” LOT Polish Airlines’ 49% ownership in its ACMI/charter subsidiary Xfly (EE, Tallinn Lennart Meri) by the end of November,...

Texas's Judah 1 eyes larger planes for missionary flights

US non-profit start-up Judah 1 (Sherman) plans to debut as a non-scheduled religious airline out of Shreveport Regional in Louisiana in 2021 to transport Christian missionaries worldwide.

Chief Executive Officer...

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We just launched a new News search and filtering tool to enable you to stay ahead of the competition with the latest industry updates. In times like these, it’s all about the news.

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Uganda's Zone Four Int'l to deploy BAe 146 freighters

Uganda's Zone Four Int'l to deploy BAe 146 freighters

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Malaysia's Love2Fly returns only aircraft

Malaysian start-up Love2Fly (WW) has returned its only B737-800 to its lessor, casting doubt over the airline's planned launch in the post-COVID phase.

9M-LOV (msn 29658) was ferried from Kuala Lumpur Int'l...

Alaska Airlines to swap 10 A320s for 13 B737 MAX 9s

Alaska Airlines (AS, Seattle Tacoma Int'l) has reached an agreement wherein it will sell all 10 of its remaining owned A320-200s to Air Lease Corporation which will, in turn, lease...

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Aircraft comeback trend is slowly growing

A new update on grounded vs. active fleet data is showing us that the aircraft comeback trend is slowly growing. At the beginning of September, Airlines had 32% of the global fleet still grounded, with 22.179 back in service.

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South Korea imposes $3.23mn in fines on four airlines

South Korea imposes $3.23mn in fines on four airlines

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Aegean Airlines “in final stage” of Greek gov’t rescue talks

Aegean Airlines (A3, Athens Int'l) has confirmed that it “is in the final stage of discussions” with the Greek government over state aid for the privately-owned flag carrier.

Its announcement dated...

India's Vistara eyes direct US flights

Vistara (UK, Delhi Int'l) is evaluating options for non-stop flights between India and the United States, Chief Commercial Officer Vinod Kannan told Reuters.

The airline, a 51/49 joint venture between TATA...

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The worldwide capacity numbers have been stagnating for the last two months.

Asia still leads in the top seat with 31.2 million seats scheduled, followed by North America with 13.8 million seats, and Europe with 12.5 million.

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