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Clément Charpentreau
Aigle Azur, four offers left, no more Air France
Aviation Economics
Aigle Azur, four offers left, no more Air France

#AirFrance and the Dubreuil group did not submit any new takeover offer for #AigleAzur after the first one was rejected...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Qatar Airways posts frugal FY2019 financial results
Aviation Economics
Qatar Airways posts frugal FY2019 financial results

Qatar Airways have revealed their rather frugal financial results for FY2019, as one of the most luxurious carriers in t...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Lufthansa Group grows in August; provides update on Eurowings
Aviation Economics
Lufthansa Group grows in August; provides update on Eurowings

As Lufthansa keeps fighting price wars within Europe, the Germany-based airline group announced its results for August:...

Clément Charpentreau
Safran reports strong financial results despite 737 MAX impact
Aviation Economics
Safran reports strong financial results despite 737 MAX impact

French aerospace group Safran saw its operating income increased by more than 35% in the first half of 2019, despite the...

AeroTime Team
“We are not bankrupt” Interjet claims
Aviation Economics
“We are not bankrupt” Interjet claims

Mexican low cost airline Interjet “categorically denies” a claim that it is bankrupt. The statement comes fo...

AeroTime Team
AirAsia X remains loyal to A320neo Family, cuts A330neo options
Aviation Economics
AirAsia X remains loyal to A320neo Family, cuts A330neo options

AirAsia X, the long-haul unit of the AirAsia Group, sings a firm order for 12 A330-900 and 30 A321XLR aircraft. Despite...

AeroTime Team
Rolls Royce joins Widerøe’s electrical aircraft program
Aviation Economics
Rolls Royce joins Widerøe’s electrical aircraft program

Rolls-Royce and Widerøe announced joining forces on a research program that ultimately strives to develop an elec...

AeroTime Team
US, EU authorities remove wet leasing time limits
Aviation Economics
US, EU authorities remove wet leasing time limits

The United States, European Union, Iceland, and Norway sign an agreement, removing time constraints on aircraft wet leas...

AeroTime Team
Aviation Economics
Virgin Australia reports loss for 7th year in row, plans job cuts

Virgin Australia Group, the parent company of the second largest airline in Australia, has reported $315.4 million loss...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Aviation Economics
On thin ice: Cathay Pacific grows in July but remains skeptical

Amidst management changes and protests, Cathay Pacific demonstrated growth in the month of July. However, the Hong Konge...

Gediminas Žiemelis
Aviation Economics
Boeing MAX 'situation' costs airlines $1B per month

In March 2019, aviation regulators and airlines around the world grounded the Boeing 737 MAX airliner after two brand ne...

AeroTime Team
Aviation Economics
Embraer reveals lower commercial aviation profitability in 2Q19

Despite slumping income from its commercial aviation segment, Embraer reports $26.6 million profit in the second quarter...

Global ACMI will reach $7.07 B by 2025
Gediminas Žiemelis
Aviation Economics
Global ACMI will reach $7.07 B by 2025

Just until recently wet leasing was considered a way to solve short term problems like seasonal volumes, maintenance che...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Aviation Economics
Cathay Pacific profit grows, provides prospects for H2 2019

Cathay Pacific have revealed their interim financial results for H1 2019. The airline, caught in the middle of a trade w...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Aviation Economics
Airbus showcases strong H1 2019; profit, deliveries soar

Airbus announced strong results for the first half of the year, with a lot of improvement compared to the same period in...