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  1. South African Airways has major issues. The airline continues to lose massive amounts of money, they have an inefficient fleet and route network, their CEO recently resigned, and the government can’t seem to decide just how involved they want to be in SAA’s turnaround (if it ever happens). Currently SAA’s long haul fleet consists of 27 aircraft, including a mix of A330s and A340s. These aren’t especially fuel efficient planes, and up until now the airline hasn’t really had any plans for modernizing their fleet. Well, it looks like that will be changing soon. South African Airways has ann
  2. STARLUX Receives Maiden Aircraft Ahead of 2020 Launch October 28 by Daniel Sander LONDON – Over the weekend, new Taiwanese start-up STARLUX took delivery of its maiden aircraft, an Airbus A321neo, B-58201 CN9208, which is leased from GECAS. The aircraft was ferried from Hamburg (XFW) to Taipei (TPE), via two stopovers, one in Dubai (DWC) and one in Bangkok (BKK), after the delivery ceremony. It arrived in Taipei on October 28, 2019. STARLUX Chairman K.W. Chang, who is also a pilot and engineer, captained the maiden airc
  3. https://blueswandaily.com/qantas-to-be-worlds-first-a321p2f-operator/ August 12, 2019 Qantas announced (10-Aug-2019) plans to introduce up to three A321P2F aircraft to operate for Australia Post. The first aircraft is due to enter the fleet in Oct-2020 and Qantas stated it will be the first airline to operate an A321 freighter. The A321P2Fs will provide nine tonnes of additional capacity, an increase of nearly 50%, compared to Qantas’ existing Boeing 737 freighters. Qantas and Australia Post signed an expanded seven year domestic and international airfreight agreement valued at more th
  4. Airbus bags orders for Canadian jet in last-minute sales push PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus finalized orders for a total of 120 of the former Bombardier CSeries jetliner on Thursday, narrowing a gap in sales against Boeing thanks to the arrival in its portfolio of the smaller jets but leaving it trailing in core orders. An Airbus A220-300 aircraft flies during its unveiling in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, July 10, 2018. Airbus A220 is the new brand for the small CSeries passenger jet acquired from Canada's Bombardier. Airbus, which took over the loss-making CSeries in July last yea
  5. https://blueswandaily.com/david-neeleman-xlr-is-necessary-the-a321lr-ended-up-not-having-the-promised-reach/ June 27, 2019 TAP Air Portugal major shareholder David Neeleman commented on the A321XLR, stating that TAP will place an order for the aircraft, which would come from order conversions from A321LR (Mercado e Eventos, 19-Jun-2019). Mr Neeleman qualified the A321XLR as “important, necessary and a need” adding: “The A321LR ended up not having the promised reach… to replace the Boeing 757. The XLR is more ready”.
  6. Com o desmantelamento das operações da Avianca Brasil, consequência da grave crise que afeta a empresa, o mercado aéreo brasileiro toma um rumo de consolidação forçada. As companhias aéreas mais imediatamente beneficiadas são Azul e a Latam, que receberão, juntas, 20 aeronaves ex-Avianca. A saída quase que total da Avianca do mercado aéreo representa uma péssima notícia para os passageiros; em reportagem recente, O Estado de São Paulo revelou que as passagens aéreas aumentaram de preço no Brasil em razão da crise na empresa, resultando num desembolso 14% maior e alguns trechos com até
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