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Supply chain, labor and inflation cause headaches for engine makers

Engine makers Pratt & Whitney and General Electric continue to suffer from supply chain and labor issues. Although there seem to be some stabilization and engine deliveries were higher in Q3 than in previous quarters, both OEMs are confronted with the same issues...

Airbus and airlines explore direct carbon capture technology

Airbus and seven airlines have signed letters of intent to discuss buying carbon capture credits to offset emissions from air travel.  The airlines include Air Canada, AirFrance-KLM, easyJet, International Airlines Group (IAG), LATAM Airlines, Lufthansa Group, and...

FAA bizjet model updated

Our FAA bizjet model is updated for May 2022.  For optimal viewing, please click the double-headed arrow at the bottom right of the model. Page 1 of the bizjet model illustrates the strength of the recovery in business aviation.  Business jet operations are well above...

Insight – Wednesday 10 February 2021- Filling the Gaps at Boeing – Part 4

NewsThe 737 MAX has been problematic for so long it seems old news, and with the aircraft now flying again, all should be well in Renton. But as Coach Lee Corso would say, “not so fast, my friend.” Boeing has a huge backlog of undelivered airplanes that will saturate...