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AeroTime Team
KlasJet becomes a leading player in business aviation
Aviation Economics
KlasJet becomes a leading player in business aviation

European business aviation company KlasJet has finished 2018 with a big bang. The company has extended its fleet with th...

AviaAM Leasing
How ROI turns into lost profit for aircraft investors?
Aviation Economics
How ROI turns into lost profit for aircraft investors?

2019 kicked off with a $1bn investment of a US private equity giant KKR into the passenger and freight aircraft leasing...

Brian Foley
Business jet deliveries to heat up in 2019, but not for long?
Aviation Economics
Business jet deliveries to heat up in 2019, but not for long?

Business aviation contributes $150 billion yearly to the U.S. economy and provides 1.2 million jobs.  From this per...

AeroTime Team
Delta expands A220 order, switches to more popular variant
Aviation Economics
Delta expands A220 order, switches to more popular variant

The biggest A220-100 customer, now opts for a larger – and more popular − aircraft variant, converting some...

AeroTime Team
Airbus finally firms first A220 deals on its own
Aviation Economics
Airbus finally firms first A220 deals on its own

JetBlue Airways and a U.S.  start-up called Moxy firmed up their orders for 60 A220-300 aircraft each. This appears...

AviaAM Leasing
AviaAM Leasing steps into consulting project on 3 Boeing 737-500s
Aviation Economics
AviaAM Leasing steps into consulting project on 3 Boeing 737-500s

AviaAM Leasing, a global aviation holding company engaged in tailored aircraft leasing, reconfiguration and trading serv...

Rūta Burbaitė
Avianca Brazil bankruptcy filing: jet repossession debacle
Aviation Economics
Avianca Brazil bankruptcy filing: jet repossession debacle

It has been a week since Avianca Brazil filed for bankruptcy protection. Faced with the prospect of repossession of a la...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Airbus orderbook variations: 100 planes in, 50 out?
Aviation Economics
Airbus orderbook variations: 100 planes in, 50 out?

It is an interesting week for Airbus. Two days after the plane maker announced signing a deal for 100 aircraft, ano...

Rūta Burbaitė
Aviation Economics
Small fish among big sharks: PrivatAir goes bust

The insolvency of small Swiss airline PrivatAir might come as a shock for its multiple businesses, but its big clients m...

Rūta Burbaitė
Aviation Economics
BREAKING | Icelandair Group leaves Wow air to fend for itself

Icelandair Group has walked away from its plan to take over home-based Wow air. In an unexpected announcement on Novembe...

Rūta Burbaitė
Aviation Economics
Bombardier to sell Q400 program for $300M, cut 5,000 jobs

Bombardier is selling its Dash 8 turboprop aircraft program to home-based Viking Air for $300 million, Canadian manufact...

Rūta Burbaitė
Aviation Economics
Alitalia bid reaches deadline: who’s left in the game?

British budget airline EasyJet has renewed its interest in acquiring parts of loss-making Alitalia as the Italian govern...

Lufthansa reduces growth prevision for 2019
AeroTime Team
Aviation Economics
Lufthansa reduces growth prevision for 2019

Lufthansa Group achieved an Adjusted EBIT of EUR 2.4 billion for the first nine months of 2018 – a 7.7 percent dec...

AIR Convention
Aviation Economics
How to manage booming capacity – Asian aviation case

Asia is one of the most important aviation markets as it undoubtedly ascending. The number of air passengers in Asia kee...

Rūta Burbaitė
Aviation Economics
Top U.S. carriers blame profits slump on storms, fuel prices

‘Weathering the storm’ and fuel prices – this sums up the top U.S. carriers’ performance in the...