shamrock321 wrote:VFRonTop wrote:Galwayman wrote:
I bet they’re going really really cheap ,,, they’d be stupid not to take a look and kick the tires , even they were previously hoping to go all A330-300
Best decision ever by EI to stick withA330,,, so much availability everywhere
It's definitely a buyers market at the moment for widebodies. Those Air Italy birds are also GE engined which fits nicely for EI. They are between 15 and 17 years old
All older than the current oldest EI A330-300 surely they wouldn’t want to take on such old birds?
2 . Profit = Revenue - Expenditure , always
3. They previously been opportunistic in fleet acquisitions and it’s worked out ok for them