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GLOBAL CROSSING AIRLINES ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT TO CONVERT AN A321 TO A321 P2F WITH ICELEASE

Global Crossing Airlines | August 03, 2022

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Global Crossing Airlines Group Inc. announces the signing of a definitive agreement with Icelease to convert an Airbus A321 aircraft and lease to GlobalX for a period of eight years. The Aircraft is currently flown by GlobalX in passenger configuration and will be converted at a Precision Aircraft Solutions facility starting in October 2023, and is expected to be placed into freighter revenue service by April 2024. GlobalX helped arrange for the sale of the Aircraft from current lessor Magnetic ...

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DELTA AIR LINES SEES AN OPPORTUNITY TO DO MORE REGIONAL FLYING

Delta | October 13, 2020

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Delta Air Lines sees an opportunity to do a little more regional flying due to changing living patterns in the United States. With new opportunities arising from people taking advantage of work from home programs, Delta could look at new options to medium- and small-sized destinations. FlightGlobal reports that Joe Esposito, Senior Vice President of Network Planning at Delta Air Lines, believes that work from home programs at companies are leading Americans to abandon bigger, more expensi...

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UNITED AIRLINES WARNS CUTTING MORE PILOTS AS RESULT OF LOW TRAVEL DEMAND

United Airlines | July 30, 2020

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United Airlines on Thursday warned it may need to furlough more pilots than previously expected as a significant rebound in travel demand remains distant. The terms of a federal bailout that provided $25 billion to passenger airlines and $7 billion to cargo airlines and contractors prohibits them from cutting jobs or pay rates until Oct. 1. But carriers are now warning their workers about potential cuts this fall, urging them to take voluntary time off or buyout agreements to slash costs....

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ALLEGIANT ANNOUNCES PURCHASE OF 50 BOEING 737 AIRCRAFT

Allegiant Travel Company | January 06, 2022

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Allegiant Travel Company (NASDAQ: ALGT) today announces an agreement with Boeing to purchase 50 new 737 MAX aircraft as part of the airline's ongoing efforts to modernize and expand its fleet. The multi-year deal – Boeing's first with an ultra-low-cost carrier in the United States – includes the purchase of 737-7 and 737-8-200 models, as well as options to purchase 50 additional aircraft, giving the company flexibility for future growth. Allegiant will ta...

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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

GLOBAL CROSSING AIRLINES ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT TO CONVERT AN A321 TO A321 P2F WITH ICELEASE

Global Crossing Airlines | August 03, 2022

Global Crossing Airlines Group Inc. announces the signing of a definitive agreement with Icelease to convert an Airbus A321 aircraft and lease to GlobalX for a period of eight years. The Aircraft is currently flown by GlobalX in passenger configuration and will be converted at a Precision Aircraft Solutions facility starting in October 2023, and is expected to be placed into freighter revenue service by April 2024. GlobalX helped arrange for the sale of the Aircraft from current lessor Magnetic ...

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DELTA AIR LINES SEES AN OPPORTUNITY TO DO MORE REGIONAL FLYING

Delta | October 13, 2020

Delta Air Lines sees an opportunity to do a little more regional flying due to changing living patterns in the United States. With new opportunities arising from people taking advantage of work from home programs, Delta could look at new options to medium- and small-sized destinations. FlightGlobal reports that Joe Esposito, Senior Vice President of Network Planning at Delta Air Lines, believes that work from home programs at companies are leading Americans to abandon bigger, more expensi...

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UNITED AIRLINES WARNS CUTTING MORE PILOTS AS RESULT OF LOW TRAVEL DEMAND

United Airlines | July 30, 2020

United Airlines on Thursday warned it may need to furlough more pilots than previously expected as a significant rebound in travel demand remains distant. The terms of a federal bailout that provided $25 billion to passenger airlines and $7 billion to cargo airlines and contractors prohibits them from cutting jobs or pay rates until Oct. 1. But carriers are now warning their workers about potential cuts this fall, urging them to take voluntary time off or buyout agreements to slash costs....

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BUSINESS AVIATION

ALLEGIANT ANNOUNCES PURCHASE OF 50 BOEING 737 AIRCRAFT

Allegiant Travel Company | January 06, 2022

Allegiant Travel Company (NASDAQ: ALGT) today announces an agreement with Boeing to purchase 50 new 737 MAX aircraft as part of the airline's ongoing efforts to modernize and expand its fleet. The multi-year deal – Boeing's first with an ultra-low-cost carrier in the United States – includes the purchase of 737-7 and 737-8-200 models, as well as options to purchase 50 additional aircraft, giving the company flexibility for future growth. Allegiant will ta...

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