Malaysia’s Firefly Has No Plans To Add More Turboprops, Focusing On 737s
Malaysia Airlines Group’s (MAS) subsidiary Firefly has no immediate plans to add new ATRs, even though the group has some on order, and instead it is focusing its efforts on…
Malaysia Airlines To Receive Its First Boeing 737 Max 8s Next Year
Malaysia Airlines Group (MAS) will receive its first batch of Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft next year and plans to use its Max 8 aircraft to replace its Boeing 737-800s….
Air Tahiti Wet-Leases Additional ATR As Stopgap To Meet Tourism Recovery
Air Tahiti has wet leased an additional ATR 72-600, to meet growing tourism traffic this year, and disclosed it plans to buy an ATR 72-600. French Polynesian news website Tahiti-infos,…
Australia’s Rex Increases Capacity On Regional Routes
Regional Express (Rex) is increasing flight services on some existing regional routes and resuming its Melbourne-Devonport service, after a long hiatus, using aircraft capacity freed up by its recent network consolidation….
China Poised To Certify COMAC C919
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has disclosed that the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) C919 is about to receive type certification and be delivered to launch customer China Eastern…
AirAsia Malaysia To Restore Most Of Its International Network By Year-End
Low-cost carrier AirAsia Malaysia aims to have restored services to nearly all of its international network by year-end, but highlights that returning stored aircraft to flight operations is a challenge….