Remaining flexible and quickly adaptable to the market is the way forward for many airlines, most of whom are not keen currently to invest in new aircraft and the staff to operate them. Leasing appears the way to go, as the global airline market remains uncertain.
Leisure travel for summer 2022 is looking strong and the unprecipitated one to three-month contracts that have dominated the past 12 months, will give way to six-month plus bookings, once again.
For operators looking to make the most of sudden demand spikes this summer, ACMI leasing offers a flexible, short-notice solution for utilising or accessing additional fleet capacity.
ACC Aviation CEO, Phil Mathews, looks at the root cause of the current aviation industry crisis and the six key emerging trends in 2021.
ACC’s wet leasing experts explore the possibility of ACMI leasing during and after COVID-19, and how the current market circumstances have impacted ACMI lease rates, aircraft availability and contract terms.
COVID-19 has dealt a major blow to the aviation industry. We know that, eventually, there will be an end to the pandemic and that aviation will recover – but how?
In October 2019, Qantas Flight 7879 marked a peak in the age of “ultra-long-haul” flights; non-stop journeys that employ the longest routes physically possible, topping out at 20 hours of flight time. So what’s next? Are there any distance records left to break?
Our relationship with personal transport is changing. Electric VTOL vehicles are almost certain to be the next big thing in aviation; but why do we need them, and how will they change the way we travel?
Revenue from Hajj and Umrah tourism travel is set to grow exponentially by 2022. We look at the unique aspects of aircraft leasing in the Middle East and how ACMI can play an important role for carriers operating flights for tourists embarking on these annual pilgrimages.