Daily Wire: Aviation News

Caribbean Airlines will be expanding its fleet via the delivery of four brand new Boeing 737 MAX 8s to be received by the carrier on lease agreement with Air Lease Corporation planned for the last quarter of the year. During Q4 in 2019 Caribbean Airlines will receive its ordered aircraft from its aircraft leasing specialist. […]

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Hunnu Air, a Mongolian domestic carrier, has signed an aircraft lease agreement with CDB Aviation for four Embraer E190s, which are to be delivered to the airline from May 2019 to 2021. The Embraer aircraft are to be used for the domestic and regional flight services provided by the carrier. Currently, Hunnu Air provides flight […]

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Aircraft manufacturer Embraer has officially released its report on aircraft deliveries for 2018. During the year, the company completed a total of 181 jets deliveries, including 90 commercial and 91 executive jets. During Q4 of 2018 alone, the company reported deliveries of 33 commercial and 36 executive planes. At the end of the year the […]

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The rising passenger demand and interest in the Indian market has opened up new opportunities for growth and development in the aviation market. As a result, Delhi is preparing for its second airport, which will be commenced later in February 2019. The construction work is about to begin with a Foundation Stone planned to be […]

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Featured Insight

2019: The Year of FFP Re-Privatization?

January 10, 2019 | Category: mba Insight

Frequent Flyer Programs (FFPs) are an increasingly common tool airlines use to generate revenue and valuable customer data. As they were originally crafted as marketing tools, the industry is now witnessing the evolution of FFPs into valuable assets for airlines. In this edition of Morten Beyer & Agnew’s Insight Series, Anne Correa, mba’s Director of Airline & Airport Services, delves into the formation of FFPs for airlines and the noted importance of outside investors in helping airlines stay afloat, especially as FFPs enter a time of transparency and re-privatization.

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PDF Download Demand Increasing at Slot-Coordinated UK Airports Anne Correa, mba’s Director of Airline & Airport Services, explores how slot-coordinated airports in the United Kingdom manage their coveted assets and what airlines are willing to do to gain access. Landing and departure slots are some of the most important assets in the aviation industry. When […]

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REDBOOK Insight: 2018 Farnborough Airshow Results

August 3, 2018 | Category: mba Insight

Analyzing the 2018 Farnborough Airshow 2018 Farnborough Airshow The 2018 Farnborough Airshow generated impressive results for the commercial sector as both major manufacturers Boeing and Airbus announced a healthy number of new orders and commitments. At the end of the week, Boeing has a slight edge over Airbus with a total of 673 orders and […]

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