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A Sun Country 737-800 at Washington Dulles Airport. The airline solely operates the 737-800 and 737-800F after retiring its final 737-700s earlier this year. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Ben Suskind)

Sun Country Expands Fleet During Pandemic, Prepares Push for IPO

Sun Country Airlines, an airline specializing in ultra-low-cost and charter operations in the United States, has restarted plans for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) as soon as 2021 if demand appropriately picks up, Crain’s reports. Sun Country had hoped to push an IPO in April 2020, but the operational complexity and the gravity of losses brought about by the coronavirus pandemic dashed those plans. The airline has faced increased competition in recent months as most major U.S. airlines have expanded…

Private Flights Rebound Quickly, Offer Competitive Travel Options 

As most commercial airlines are positioning themselves to ride the upcoming travel recovery wave in the post-coronavirus era, one sector of commercial aviation travel has already seen very positive recovery signs. Industry data is showing that private jet travel has sharply increased in the month of May and into early…

iFly Airlines Becomes an All-Airbus Operator

iFly Airlines retired its last Boeing aircraft to become an all-Airbus airline in 2019. The Russian-based leisure airline based in Moscow now only operates Airbus A319s and A330s. iFly’s last Boeing aircraft, a Boeing 757-200 jet flew its last flight from Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport, the airline’s home airport, to Kemble…