Japan is to see a second operator of the Boeing MAX. After All Nippon Airways, it is now Skymark Airlines that plans to introduce up to twelve MAX 8s and -10s to the fleet. Boeing wins new Japanese MAX customer with Skymark. The airline has four aircraft on direct...
Tier-1 supplier Spirit AeroSystems is to initiate a cost reduction program to reduce structural costs and improve profitability and cash flow in 2023. It says it needs to as production rates of the Boeing 737/MAX remain around 31 per month, Spirit said in its Q3...
The future of the MAX7 and MAX10 programs at Boeing is now moving firmly into the hands of politicians. In the wake of the two MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019, several recommendations were made by the National Transportation Safety Board and international regulators...
Delivery delays at Boeing make it difficult for Southwest Airlines to plan far ahead into 2023. The airline is unsure about how many MAX aircraft it can expect and include in its schedule, so it is taking a cautious approach to capacity, Southwest said in its Q3...
Yesterday Boeing announced its quarterly earnings. Reaction to the news was mixed, but overall it was a downer. What we find most interesting is Boeing’s MAX delivery target. Boeing lowered its MAX delivery target twice this year. The first target was 500, now...
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