narrowbody aircraft


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Noun1.narrowbody aircraft - a commercial airliner with a single aisle
airliner - a commercial airplane that carries passengers
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The narrowbody aircraft segment accounts for the largest market share in the global aircraft engine MRO market and is expected to retain its dominant market share over the forecast period.
Air Canada today announced it will operate year-round, non-stop service between Montreal and Seattle on its newest narrowbody aircraft, the Airbus A220-300.
The outlook change also reflects uncertainty around bringing its narrowbody aircraft franchise - of which the 737 is a core element - back to "normalcy."
The company signed lease agreements for 48 aircraft, including 4 widebody aircraft and 44 narrowbody aircraft.
Aircraft company AerCap Holdings NV (NYSE:AER) reported on Monday that it has entered into lease agreements for 48 aircraft, including four widebody aircraft and 44 narrowbody aircraft for the second quarter of 2019.
The company signed lease agreements for 48 aircraft, including 4 widebody aircraft and 44 narrowbody aircraft. AerCap purchased 11 aircraft, including six Airbus (EADSY) A320neo Family aircraft, four Boeing (BA) 787-9s and 1 Embraer (ERJ) E2.
Vietnam Airlines (VN, Hanoi) has submitted proposals for an order for fifty narrowbody aircraft with a further fifty options to the Vietnamese government for consideration, CEO Duong Tri Thanh told Bloomberg.
At the airlines' headquarters in downtown Amman, I sat down with CEO and president of Royal Jordanian, Stefan Pichler, to discuss the 'year-long process' the airline has undertaken in order to reach a decision on a new narrowbody aircraft order.
Rating constraints include Intrepid's secured funding profile, relatively short track record, smaller and less liquid fleet when compared with other aircraft lessors focused on more broadly utilized/traded narrowbody aircraft and private equity ownership, which results in elevated balance sheet leverage and weaker corporate governance when compared to public peers.
The company expects overall capacity to rise about 3 percent in 2019, and said it is replacing older narrowbody aircraft with larger, more efficient Airbus SE A321s and Boeing Co.
This spring, the president of the Aeroman board, Roberto Kriete, and its CEO, Alejandro Echeverria, broke ground on the facility that will increase SAL's capacity to serve narrowbody aircraft by up to 50%, serve 12 additional narrowbody aircraft and enable it to be able to maintain the Boeing 777-9, currently under development.
Peter Harbison, executive chairman of the Capa Centre for Aviation, said the Asia-Pacific and North American regions would see the largest fleet sizes in 2018, with narrowbody aircraft topping the list of 2018 deliveries.