The news that Boeing is adding a MAX FAL at Everett must have customers sighing with relief. MAX deliveries have been slower than desired. Boeing needs to catch up after nearly two years of MAX grounding. The market also changed during the grounding, requiring more...
Last week it became clearer that the MAX 7 and MAX 10 would not be certified by year-end. This is despite some political maneuvering to help Boeing. The latest MAX wrinkle leads to another. This morning we have another wrinkle – American Airlines pilots oppose...
The commercial aviation world has been turned upside down. And at the very pinnacle of that swing is Embraer. Embraer is the world’s third-largest aircraft OEM, which is a remarkable performance when you consider some of the storied brands that have disappeared....
Yesterday Airbus shared that the A220-300 has an increase in range from its current 3,350NM to 3,550NM. The extra range applies to high payloads, Airbus VP Single-Aisle Marketing Antonio Da Costa clarified to us. The former C Series continues to over-deliver just as...
Karma is the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences. For this story, it isn’t a person so much as a corporation and most definitely in its current state of existence. The...
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