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ICAO Assembly is all about net zero

The airline and aerospace industry are looking with great anticipation at Montreal in the next two weeks, where the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) holds its 41st Assembly from September 27 until October 7. On top of the agenda of the 193 states is...

Insight: Friday 6 March 2020: The Boeing-Embraer JV is now a trade war hostage

News The proposed joint venture between Boeing and Embraer has been approved by regulators around the world, but not the EU.  The European Union has yet to approve the deal and its regulators have now twice requested additional data from Boeing and Embraer, delaying a...

Insight Friday 13 December 2019: Just on the verge, the rug is pulled out from under the MAX

News This week there have been several more developments in the saga of the MAX.  As radio disk jockeys would say, “the hits just keep on coming.”  The congressional hearings were harsh for both Boeing and the FAA, albeit the whistleblower on Boeing’s production line...

Insight: Wednesday 11 December 2019: FAA predicted 15 additional MAX crashes after Lion Air crash but failed to act

News An FAA assessment was revealed in Congressional hearings today that included an FAA analysis after the Lion Air crash but before the Ethiopian crash indicating that additional fatal accidents could be expected if no changes were made to MCAS software. The FAA...