When asked about launching the A220-500, Airbus Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer has publicly stated “it’s not if, but when”. Considering the “when” is therefore rather important. After all, the A220-500 as currently understood...
Airline schedules are by definition built far into the future, typically up to 360 days ahead. During normal times this is not that difficult. Traffic growth follows predictable patterns by season and reasonably predictable growth. Not anymore. Take a look at the...
With the highly useful T2 dataset updated through year-end 2020, we now can share pictures of how fleet changes impacted US airlines. The biggest impact we see is the rise of the A321 and the shrink in the 757. Notice that this change occurred in 2015. Notice also...
Two stories (one from The Air Current and our own) a week ago about a potential switch of Southwest Airlines away from the MAX7 to the A220 attracted attention. So, a week later, time to dig in some more as the DoT published December 2020 On-Time data. Now we have...
As US airlines cut back and park most of their fleet, here’s data on the Top Ten busiest aircraft flown by US airlines through month-end August 2020. The numbers listed in the columns are flights during the month. Here’s what we know about those tail...
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