The mainstay of the 100-150 seat market in the US has been the A319 and 737-700. Each of these types is beginning to age. We examined maintenance costs for both types and found that as a percentage of total costs they are moving in different directions. See the...
Dutch low-cost airline Transavia and its French sister Transavia France, both 100% daughters of Air France/KLM, are poised to decide mid-year on fleet renewal plans. If KLM has made up its mind too, this could include a 100+ aircraft order to be announced at June’s...
New sales of the stalwart Airbus A319 and Boeing 737-700 have largely dried up, after amassing combined deliveries of 2,554 aircraft through June 30, 2012. Sales of the A319neo have been tepid and non-existent for the 737-7 MAX, and the combined backlog for these two...
Note: Plane Talking has this detailed story also about NEO v MAX. Boeing has been engaged in a campaign for months with the media, analysts and appraisers (and airlines, of course) that the 737 Next Generation is 8% more economical than today’s Airbus A320 and that...
Bombardier’s CSeries beats the Airbus A318/A319, A319neo and Boeing 737-600/700 on cost per available seat mile, according to a new study issued this week by AirInsight. The CSeries also beats the competition on a plane-mile cost. The conclusions, reached by...
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