Observers of the commercial aviation space would do well to study game theory. First, because it helps to better understand the choices facing the two primary players. Second, because it helps one better comprehend possible next steps and the downstream impacts they...
The MoM is hotly contested territory already. Airbus appears to be winning in this segment with the A321. What data can we use to demonstrate just how tight the competition is? After all, it’s more than just orders – the real metric has to be aircraft...
Boeing is building interest in the 797 to a frenzy with its quiet and not so quiet activities. While everyone is focusing on what it could be or should be, what does market data suggest? There is talk of a twin-aisle aircraft with seating at 220 and 270. The range...
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...
The Chinese wanted to showcase their emerging aerospace industry at the Zhuhai Air Show this week and leaked that “hundreds” of orders would be forthcoming for the COMAC C919. Reality fell far short. On the first day of the show, the Chinese announced 100...
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