New Data Predicts Best, Worst Time to Buy Airline Tickets

New Data Predicts Best, Worst Time to Buy Airline Tickets

The travel booking platform Qtrip has released its sixth annual airfare study on the best and worst times to buy airline tickets in 2020, with an array of interesting data. – On average, the least expensive airfares were available 77...
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When Will The Production Of The Boeing 747 End?

When Will The Production Of The Boeing 747 End?

The iconic ‘queen of the skies’ has reigned supreme for over 50 years. Since its introduction with Pan Am in 1970, the Boeing 747 has found a home with airlines all over the world, and has won the heart of...
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Airbus Restarts A320 Assembly in China as Virus Hits Airlines

Airbus Restarts A320 Assembly in China as Virus Hits Airlines

Airbus has restarted operations at its A320neo final assembly line in Tianjin, China. Since January 20, around 1.4 million seats have been cut from scheduled airline capacity, which amounts to more than all of the scheduled international capacity planned for.....
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European airports report slower passenger growth in 2019

European airports report slower passenger growth in 2019

European airport trade association, ACI Europe released its traffic report for December, Q4, H2 and Full Year 2019. This is the only air traffic report that includes all types of airline passenger flights to, from and within Europe (full service, low cost,.....
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MRO Projections For 2020: Asia-Pacific (excluding  China and India)

MRO Projections For 2020: Asia-Pacific (excluding China and India)

MRO demand in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow from $18 billion in 2020 to $26.5 billion in 2029, a CAGR of 4.3%. Engine maintenance will capture a 44% share of all MRO demand, followed by line maintenance (22%)...
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Which Airlines Are Suffering The Most From Coronavirus?

Which Airlines Are Suffering The Most From Coronavirus?

We have been reporting continuously on the numerous airlines suspending their operations to China since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak. Recently the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) estimated that the entire outbreak could cost the i...
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Global Airline Revenue Could Take $5 Billion Coronavirus Hit: U.N. Aviation Body

Global Airline Revenue Could Take $5 Billion Coronavirus Hit: U.N. Aviation Body

  ICAO said around 70 airlines have cancelled all international flights to and from mainland China and a further 50 airlines have curtailed operations. This has resulted in an 80% reduction of foreign airline capacity for travellers directly to and...
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Economic impact estimates as a result of the COVID-19 travel bans

Economic impact estimates as a result of the COVID-19 travel bans

ICAO has produced some preliminary forecasts relating to the expected economic impacts from COVID-19 travel bans on international air connectivity. This has resulted in an 80% reduction of foreign airline capacity for travellers directly to/from China, and a 4...
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The Air Transport Monthly Monitor for January 2020

The Air Transport Monthly Monitor for January 2020

The UN recognized ICAO as the central agency responsible for the collection, analysis, publication, standardization, improvement and dissemination of statistics pertaining to civil aviation. Because of its status as a UN specialized agency, ICAO remains indepe...
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LESSOR AVATION GROWS ATR ORDERBOOK, EXPANDING ITS TURBOPROP NICHE

LESSOR AVATION GROWS ATR ORDERBOOK, EXPANDING ITS TURBOPROP NICHE

While many lessors focus on narrowbody jet aircraft or also medium-sized widebodies, Singapore-based lessor Avation has a portfolio ranging from ATRs to a 777-300ER. Also at the airshow, Avation disclosed it will place two ATR72-600s with Bangladesh’s larges...
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