Given the numbers, it seems clear fleet planners should favor the MAX9 going forward. As traffic recovers, but schedules remain reduced, the upsizing case is clear. If you’re staying with the 737, the MAX9 is the one to go for. Subscriber content –...
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...
In December 2017 Delta ordered 100 A321neo aircraft. The order news from Delta, at that time, stated “Delta Air Lines and Airbus have agreed to terms for a 100 firm and 100 option order for state-of-the-art Airbus 321neo”. Note the two linked sources here...
There is, apparently, a “Great Fleet Question” going on at Alaska Airlines. The A319s are out because they were the “least efficient aircraft” in the fleet. Instead, the airline will acquire MAX9s as replacements – the airline does not...
The US DoT published its latest T-100 August update. This allows us to update our Middle of the Market model. Typically these models are subscriber-only. But we decided to share this one because it demonstrates two important data points: (1) the 757 is losing to the...
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