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Rytis Beresnevicius
Why all-Boeing Icelandair adding Airbus aircraft makes sense

While the Boeing 737 MAX groundings had a very heavy impact on the relatively small Icelandair, it has another problem: it has an aging fleet. And introducing Airbus aircraft into its all-Boeing fleet would make a lot of sense....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Airbus confirms A321XLR pilot training requirements

While the A321XLR is currently in very popular demand, one question remained: what will be the transition for the pilots and the rest of the personnel working on the aircraft?...


Rytis Beresnevicius
The Boeing NMA is dead. Long live the NMA?

With a change at the top, Boeing's tune is changing. Including the fact that Calhoun officially announced that the manufacturer will rethink the design of its much-anticipated jet, the NMA....


AeroTime Team
Vietjet orders 20 Airbus A321XLR aircraft

Vietjet plans to further bolster its all Airbus A320 Family aircraft fleet. Under a deal signed directly with the manufacturer, the Vietnamese airline is to add 20 Airbus A321XRL planes ‒ five of which are conversions from its previous A321neo order....


AeroTime Team
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 the fact that the A330neo order includes almost three times fewer aircraft than previously announced, AirAsia group remains the biggest customer of both aircraft types. ...


Rytis Beresnevicius
The blockbuster aircraft at the Paris Air Show – the Airbus A321XLR

When the Paris Air Show opened its doors, airline executives got very excited. Airbus finally announced the successor to the 757 - the Airbus A321XLR. Read more:...