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Gediminas Ziemelis
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 new aircraft crashed in five months, killing 346 people aboard. While the decision...


Gediminas Ziemelis
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 checks, groundings, etc. Lately, though, long-term wet leasing from third parties h...


AeroTime Team
Avia Solutions Group, HNCA sign $60M joint venture in China

Avia Solutions Group, a global aviation-servicing holding and Henan Civil Aviation Development and Investment Company (HNCA) signed a $60 million worth Joint Venture agreement to establish a new training center in Zhengzhou city, Henan province (China)....


Gediminas Ziemelis
Did you know how expensive is flying?

Over the last decade, with the rise of low-cost airlines, flying became accessible to the masses - over 4.3 billion passengers were carried on scheduled flights in 2018 and the number is still on the...


Gediminas Ziemelis
Will Japan become powerful player in aircraft manufacturing?

In a money heavy industry like aviation, financing is the difference in success and failure. At the moment, only players who have a proven track record are able to keep a strong foothold in the indust...


Gediminas Ziemelis
Publicly listed airlines cheating investors on E261?

Over €5bn in compensations are not disclosed on major European airlines' financial reports over the last three years. With up to 90% of passengers being aware of their rights on claim compensations...


Gediminas Ziemelis
Are standing airline seats future of increasing seating capacity?

Since the dawn of commercial aircraft seating has been mostly unchanged. Even up until today regardless of which airline or aircraft one flies in the seats all look and feel familiar. But in the pursu...


Lack of means to service engines could take toll on aviation
Gediminas Ziemelis
Lack of means to service engines could take toll on aviation

 The bottleneck of engine maintenance shops will only grow larger unless there is concerted effort placed on the future development of engine shops....


Oleg Volkov
IFRS 16 calls for new rules in aviation finance game

Starting January 2019, the International Accounting Standard (IAS) 17 will be replaced by the International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 16. And although on paper the legislators declare “only minor changes from the current standards”, in reality, some sectors, such as aviation, might have to adapt to completely new game rules. ...