German airline Condor has chosen the A330neo to renew its long-haul fleet with 16 aircraft.
United Airlines announced on 29 June, the purchase of 270 new Boeing and Airbus aircraft, the largest order in the airline’s history and the biggest by an individual carrier in the last decade.
Another new airline is in the air – Flyr, the newest Norwegian airline takes off today.
Widerøe continues to grow in the face of pandemic and starts up two new direct routes from Bergen.
On June 26, Lufthansa announced its plans to reactivate five Airbus A340-600 and to offer First Class in its Airbus A350-900s as of summer 2023.
Receiving its operating license (AOC), the young start-up airline Eurowings Discover is ready to begin first flight.
On 16 June, Ryanair took delivery of the new airplane in Seattle.
New nonstop service from New York-JFK to Dubrovnik will launch July 2.
Lufthansa Group is accelerating the modernisation of its fleet. New, highly cost and fuel-efficient aircraft are replacing older types on short, medium and long-haul routes.
On 29 April, U.S.-based JetBlue Airways has taken delivery of its first of 13 A321LR aircraft featuring Airbus’ new Airspace interior.