Our analysis last Friday generated more attention than we expected. Not all of it was positive, but that’s how it goes. However a follow on issue has been percolating – if we argue that Airbus is being given a monopoly in the single-aisle MoM segment, can...
The MAX 10 has been in the news this past week, and not for great reasons. This is a most unfortunate outcome for Boeing, and (surprise!) for Airbus as well. Let me explain how we see the MAX10 gamble. Readers are familiar with our continuous focus on the...
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...
As we move into a new month, we offer an estimate of the YTD deliveries through the end of September. What we see is illuminating. The single-aisle MoM segment keeps growing. The chart below lists the single-aisle deliveries starting with January 2022. The monthly...
Canadian airline WestJet released exciting news today. The airline signed for another 42 MAX 10s plus 22 options as part of its growth plans. The airline has 23 MAX 8s yet to be delivered from a previous order. “With this additional order, the WestJet Group...
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