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Pratt and Whitney Engine Woes Continue

Earlier this past week, engine manufacturer Pratt and Whitney announced an extension to the period of time it would take to inspect turboshaft engines on the Airbus A320neo series aircraft. In July, oit was announced initially  that a period of…

Global X Continues To Expand Operations

Global Crossing Airlines is a relatively new ACMI airline that continues to make strides in the industry. While Global X operated for Red Way Airlines, which ceased operations a mere week ago, the company has found new opportunities to operate…

Delta Air Lines Reports Impressive Quarter

This past Thursday, Delta Air Lines announced record-breaking operating revenue and operating income in their June quarter financial results. The Atlanta-based carrier reported record international performance numbers across the Atlantic, Pacific and South American regions. An uptick in passenger numbers…

Where to Find Transatlantic Narrowbody Flights

Many narrowbody jets are able to fly longer routes with a lower density configuration or a lower payload, but the aircraft, including Boeing's 737 or Airbus A320 aren’t exactly designed to fly these longer routes. These are mostly exceptional cases…

Icelandair Set to Phase Out 757 Fleet with A321XLR Order

This past Thursday, Icelandic carrier Icelandair announced a firm order of 13 new Airbus A321XLRs and the leasing of four additional A321LRs. This order has the carrier expanding its fleet from predominantly Boeing to include Airbus, as soon as 2025. …