Air France to place its biggest Airbus order in a decade

Daily Newsletter | July 29, 2019
The biggest low-cost carrier in Europe, Ryanair publicized their financial results for Q1 of FY20 on July 29, 2019. While the revenue increased, the airline also saw increasing fares and rising expenses that put further strain on its finances. Furthermore, the 737 MAX groundings and a price war in one of the biggest aviation markets in Europe has caused headaches in the boardroom of the airline.
Air France should place an order for 50 to 70 Airbus A220 aircraft for its short and medium-haul network, with an option to purchase additional aircraft of the same type.
Virgin Atlantic to phase out its last remaining Airbus A340-600s at the end of 2019 as it announces new order for 14 Airbus A330neos.
British Airways has taken delivery of its first A350-1000 at Airbus Headquarters in Toulouse, France, making it the first operator of the variant within International Airlines Group (IAG).
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