Daily Wire: Aviation News

@BinterCanarias @embraer Binter Canarias previously flew ATR 72 turboprop aircraft exclusively, per REDBOOK.

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@Boeing @BoeingAirplanes Employees of Boeing’s Renton, Washington facility viewed the company’s first 737 MAX 10 aircraft.

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@airBaltic @Airbus #ChorusAviation #A220 airBaltic will receive five more leased A220-300 aircraft by the end of the third quarter of 2020.

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@goairlinesindia @prattandwhitney @DubaiAirshow #DAS19 GoAir currently flies 38 Airbus A320neo aircraft with GTF engines.

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Featured Insight

Hong Kong Airlines on the Brink

December 10, 2019 | Category: mba Insight

Hong Kong Airlines undertook aggressive fleet expansion to launch long-haul low-cost routes. Diminished air travel in Hong Kong, caused by ongoing civil unrest, exacerbated the airline’s problems. To comply with new requirements set by Hong Kong’s civil aviation authority last week, the company obtained a $568 million USD capital injection from the HNA Group. This will allow it to continue operations.

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Ups and Downs in the 2019 Air Cargo Market – Part I

August 27, 2019 | Category: mba Insight

In this edition of Morten Beyer & Agnew’s Insight Series, Anna Kopinski, mba’s Senior Associate of Asset Valuations, analyzes how the cargo market has fared in 2019, what aircraft are being used the most—and least—and how different metrics reveal divergent views on the state of the market. Later in this continuing series, she will assess the external factors which may influence the air cargo industry, such as US-China trade tensions.

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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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