As we reported earlier, Southwest Airlines shuffled its MAX orders considering uncertain MAX 7 deliveries. Southwest reduced MAX 7 orders by 26 and added 81 MAX 8s. Southwest’s update warrants some digging. The MAX 7s are aimed at replacing aging 737-700s, of...
We have previously demonstrated that the economic differences between the CFM LEAP and Pratt &Whitney GTF are very close. For an airline or lessor to select between the two (on the Airbus) has to be tough and probably drives both engine OEMs to make very sharp...
International Airlines Group (“IAG”) has signed a letter of intent to purchase 200 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for its airlines, which include British Airways, Iberia, Vueling, and Level. The order is a boost to the 737 MAX program that is current grounded following two...
The US DoT data for 2018 has been published. Analyzing the numbers we generated preliminary data comparing fuel cost numbers for the MAX and NEO. (There may still be some gaps to fill) We stuck to fuel costs to minimize the chance of airline creative accounting. ...
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...
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