Airways Weekly Briefing: June 11-17, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed this week, including Delta Air Lines aircraft orders; the Meridian cargo AN-12 crash in Greece; and this week's top AV history post.
This week, the Airways team is at the Farnborough International Airshow to bring you full coverage of the first major global airshow in years.
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Top 10 Stories of the Week
Delta Air Lines Orders Second-hand Boeing 737-900ER, A330neo — airwaysmag.com Delta Air Lines (DL) is known for acquiring used, mid-life aircraft and operating them for a longer period of time than its competitors.
Meridian Cargo Antonov AN-12 Crashes in Greece — airwaysmag.com An Antonov An-12TB cargo aircraft of Ukrainian cargo airline Meridian (MAG) crashed west of Kavala International Airport (KVA) in Greece.
American Airlines Confirms Delivery Slots for 50 eVTOL Aircraft — airwaysmag.com The American Airlines (AA)-Vertical Aerospace agreement is the first of its kind for a major airline in the eVTOL sector.
Recently delivered and current Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from the Lion Air Group will make up the new Batik Air Malaysia (ID) fleet.
Thai Airways is Bringing back Older Jets — airwaysmag.com As Thai Airways (TG) sees its balance sheets in green, it’s time to get flying and for this, it is bringing back its older jets to meet demand.
Hawaiian Airlines Drops Nonstop Service to Orlando — airwaysmag.com The Honolulu-Orlando route suspension was caused by staffing issues at Hawaiian Airlines (HA) and fuel prices.
World’s First Passenger-to-Freighter A320 Delivered — airwaysmag.com The delivery of the world's first A320P2F marks the completion of the Airbus P2F family of freighters.
This Week in Aviation History
Farnborough International Airshow 2022
The biggest names in aviation congregate at the prestigious Farnborough airshow. The Airways team is there to cover the most anticipated global airshow in three years.
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