Norwegian to sell 2 Boeing 787s to Neos

Norwegian Air Shuttle is to sell 2 of its Boeing 787-9s to Italian leisure airline Neos. They will replace the 2 Boeing 767s that Neos has recently returned to their lessors. The 2 Boeing 787s (respectively registered LN-LNX and LN-LNT) are part of Norwegian Air Shuttle’s subsidiary Norwegian Long Haul’s fleet and are currently stored […]


Airbus A220-300 to enter in Delta’s fleet in November

Delta has announced that it is to add the Airbus A220-300 to its fleet in November this year. Since the Airbus A220-100’s (the shorter version of the A220-300) entry in service with Delta in early 2019 (Delta was the 4th global airline to operate the A220), the airline already operates 31 Airbus A220-100s, and has […]

Qantas to store its Boeing 787s

Qantas has announced that it will be moving its Boeing 787s to storage in Victorville, California, where they will join the airline’s Airbus A380s and hundreds of aircraft from other carriers. The move will take place in September. Qantas predicts a significant decrease in travel demand that will last for an extended period, which is […]

Boeing looses $2.4 billion in Q2

Boeing has reported a $2.4 billion loss in Q2. The plane manufacturer has decided to slow down the production rate of its 787 and 777/777X programs to 6 787s per month and 2 777s/777Xs combined per month as of 2021. On the other hand, production rate of the 767 and 747 will not change. Boeing […]

Aer Lingus to get rid of 500 jobs

Aer Lingus, the flag carrier of Ireland, is going to get rid of 500 jobs due to the coronavirus crisis. The company announced in a statement that it is currently operating less than 5% of its normal schedule. It also declared that the mandatory 14-day quarantine in Ireland (as well as in the UK) exacerbated […]

Air Canada has retired all its Boeing 767s

On the 2nd of June, Air Canada flew its final Boeing 767, a -300ER, from Monreal-Trudeau Airport to Toronto-Pearson International Airport. This marks the end of a 37-year journey between the airline and the plane model. The Boeing 767-300ER (as well as the -200ER) was brought in in the 80s and 90s to replace Air […]

Boeing 767 (part 1)

The Boeing 767 is one of the world’s most successful widebodied aircraft. As of this year, 1186 have been delivered and cargo and military versions are still being produced. The 767 is one of the world’s first aircraft to be partially designed by a computer, along with the Boeing 757. Over a third of the […]