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Allegiant Air orders twelve new A320s (Fr, 29 Jul 2016)
Allegiant Air has placed an order for twelve new Airbus A320s. This marks the first order for new aircraft in the history of this company. Deliveries of these A320s will take place between 2017 and 2018. Allegiant plans to replace their MD-80-fleet by 2019 with a mix of Airbus A319/320s. The small Boeing 757-fleet will […]
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Aeronaves T.S.M takes additional MD-80SF (Mi, 27 Jul 2016)
Aeronautical Engineers, Inc. (AEI) announced the 4th order for an MD-82SF freighter conversion from Aeronaves T.S.M. (TSM). The aircraft will be used for services on behalf of DHL.
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Hawaiian Airlines expands B717-fleet by two additional aircraft (Fr, 22 Jul 2016)
Hawaiian Airlines stated on July 21st 2016, that an agreement was reached for two additional Boeing 717-aircraft. Both aircraft will be delivered in early 2017 and the aircraft will allow Hawaiian Airlines „to add capacity during peak travel periods“. Both aircraft will be leased for six years and both frames are currently in service with Volotea Airlines.
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Andes plans to replace their MD-80s with Airbus A319s (Fr, 08 Jul 2016)
Argentine company Andes Líneas Aéreas plans to replace their MD-80-fleet with Airbus A319s. The current fleet will be replaced by four A319s. Andes celebrated their 10th-anniversary a few days ago. Most sources claim that Andes currently operates four MD-80s and the introduction of the A319 would mean a 1:1-replacement of the MD-80-fleet.
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Cobham flies B717s for QantasLink for another ten years (Mo, 04 Jul 2016)
Under a new contract, Cobham Aviation Services will fly Boeing 717 aircraft on behalf of QantasLink for a further 10 years. Meanwhile, Qantas is looking to purchase (currently leased) Boeing 717s and the airline is looking for second-hand examples. I will update my website MD-80.com as soon as possible with all relevant information, regarding the […]
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New page for "ALK Airlines"

MD-80.com are pleased to provide a new page about Bulgarian company "ALK Airlines". MD-80.com freuen sich, eine neue Seite über die bulgarische Fluggesellschaft "ALK Airlines" zu bieten.

Leitwerk der ersten MD-82 LZ-DEO von ALK Airlines/Courtesy: ALK Airlines
Leitwerk der ersten MD-82 LZ-DEO von ALK Airlines/Courtesy: ALK Airlines

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Delta accelerates MD-88-retirement, orders 37 additional A321s, up to 125 Bombardier CSeries100´s

US-company Delta Air Lines announced an order for an additional 37 Airbus A321ceo´s, bringing the total number ordered by Delta to a staggering 83 examples. These new A321s will be used to replace parts of the faithful MD-88-fleet. The first A321-aircraft was delivered in March 2016 and the first revenue-service is planned for May 2nd, 2016.

Rendering of an Airbus A321 in Delta-livery/Courtesy: Airbus
Rendering of an Airbus A321 in Delta-livery/Courtesy: Airbus

Delta CEO Ed Bastian told to the press:

 

“The Airbus A320 family of aircraft continues to be a cost-efficient, reliable and customer-pleasing mainstay of our narrow-body fleet...” ...“The order for the A321s is an opportunistic fleet move that enables us to produce strong returns and cost-effectively accelerate the retirement of Delta’s 116 MD-88s in a capital efficient manner.”

Major boost for the Bombardier CSeries

Yesterday, Delta Air Lines signed an order for up to 125 Bombardier CSeries-aircraft, including 75 firm orders and 50 options. Despite several articles and opinions from "experts" in several aviation-related forums, there is - at the moment - no official statement, that the CSeries will replace the Boeing 717 at Delta. First deliveries are planned for spring 2018.

 

The decisions by Delta to order additional Airbus A321s and the landmark-order for the Bombardier CSeries are remarkable moves fleet-wise. It surely allows maximum flexibility and new opportunities for Delta. The MD-88-fleet (with an average age of 25 years) will be gradually reduced, possibly through a mix of smaller- and bigger-sized aircraft. There are no official statements that the MD-90 and Boeing 717 are due for retirement at Delta.

Rendering of a Bombardier CS100 in Delta-livery/Courtesy: Bombardier
Rendering of a Bombardier CS100 in Delta-livery/Courtesy: Bombardier

Chances of major upgrades for the MD-88-fleet are dwindling due to the decision of Delta to move ahead and to shrink their MD-88-fleet during the next years. I am not aware of an official schedule of Delta MD-88-retirements. I would be pleased to get some information. Thank you.


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"The Boeing 717 Could’ve Been a Family of Jets"

I was encouraged and invited to write an article about the potential Boeing 717-family as a guest author and here is the tweet and link to this article. Thank you very much!


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