Airbus A220-300
Gabriele Petrauskaite

Canadian operators to modify A220s as rain causes engine failure

A new airworthiness directive issued by Transport Canada requires all Airbus A220 operators in Canada to modify the jet, after an in-service engine shutdown during taxiing was reported to have been caused by rain water....


Rytis Beresnevicius

airBaltic half-year losses balloon despite record start to 2020

Despite a record-breaking start to the year, airBaltic, much like the rest of the industry, lost a lot of money due to the COVID-19 crisis....


Rytis Beresnevicius

To stimulate demand, airBaltic returns to holiday destinations

airBaltic is seemingly hopeful to see travelers return to the skies as it announced a significant expansion of its current schedule to include popular holiday destinations....


Rytis Beresnevicius

Airbus’ shining moment: Delta’s US-built A220 takes to the skies

The first Airbus A220 that was built in the United States took to the skies. The event, at first glance, could be seen as a worthy of just a small celebration. Yet its importance for Airbus and the A220 is huge....


Michael Jonga

Latvian government to inject €250 million into airBaltic

The widespread effort to preserve the health of airlines during the COVID-19 crisis has landed in the Baltics. Nearing the end of last week, the Latvian government stepped in with an equity injection...


Rytis Beresnevicius

If Airbus A220 can, can Embraer E195-E2 help 737 MAX operators?

While the Airbus A220-300 could throw a helping hand towards Boeing 737 MAX operators, what about its most direct competitor, the Embraer E195-E2? ...


Rytis Beresnevicius

Can Airbus A220 throw helping hand for Boeing 737 MAX operators?

With the 737 MAX put on the ground, and with a massive backlog of Airbus A320neo jets yet to be delivered, could the A220 be the option for carriers impacted by the absence of Boeing's aircraft?...


Rytis Beresnevicius

Bombardier to review A220 program stake after financial bump

After difficulties in other divisions and financial results that are below expectations, Bombardier indicates that it is considering deleveraging its stake in the Airbus A220 program....


AeroTime Team

Aircraft to watch in 2020

What new passenger aircraft can we expect to see in 2020?...


Rytis Beresnevicius

Is the demand for Airbus A220 growing?

Airbus Orders and Deliveries results are in for September 2019. Question is, how is the demand looking for the manufacturer's newest jet, A220?...