Following up on the news about FAA bans US carriers from overflying Iran, Iraq, the Gulf, we have looked at some data from the ch-aviation capacities module to understand possible impacts on the industry. Quick reminder: the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued three Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) barring American civilian carriers from overflying […]
The ch-aviation news team published around 5,000 news articles in 2019. It was an interesting year for the industry with many ups and downs, airlines going out of business but also more new start-ups created. Our world-leading airline business newsdesk is on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. […]
Holidays are coming but at ch-aviation, we’ve already received our present – last week we reached 2 million unique visitors on our website during 2019! Thank you for your loyalty and trust. Happy holidays and all the best for 2020 from all of us at ch-aviation!
We follow more than 10,000 organizations worldwide which are recognised as “an airline”. These are scheduled airlines, divisions, charter companies, virtual carriers, cargo airlines, business airlines, government companies or manufacturers and key suppliers operating aircraft for testing, production and other functions. Some of these airlines are active, some of them are already out of business […]
Swiss airline intelligence provider ch-aviation today revealed the names of the world’s youngest airline fleets, measured in average aircraft age. It is the second such ch-aviation analysis on the topic, and the company’s first report was published two years ago in August 2017. Analysis shows several of the youngest airline fleets are in Asia, […]
From now on, we are giving more power and functionality to all ch-aviation PRO subscribers: a new type of airline search. At ch-aviation we follow more than 10,000 entities operating aircraft, although not all of these are what we’d traditionally identify as ‘airlines.’ Instead we call ‘airlines’ anything from national carriers to the list of […]