Santa came early for Airbus and it has been quite a month of good news. The wins were impressive given the state of the industry as it recovers from the pandemic and which is about to go through yet another dip from national lockdowns and lockouts. The industry has to...
Elmar Conradie is CEO at FlySafair, based in South Africa. We discussed the challenges of doing business there, with pandemic and the collapse of the national carrier and growing competition from other private airlines. It’s not an easy business and South...
Yesterday the FAA issued its list of four key items on the MAX that need to be fixed and asked for public comment. You can see the FAA’s 96-page preliminary document here. This is the event the industry has been waiting for, but the world has shifted and not in...
The discovery of cracks in the pickle forks of some 737NG aircraft has raised major concerns. Cracks in a structural component designed to be safe for the life of the aircraft, or 90,000 cycles, is serious. Boeing, in modifying some older 737NGs for cargo conversion,...
It appears that the MAX grounding is working towards a resolution. The meeting of international regulators on May 23rd will review what the various working groups and committees have found and try to find common ground for a reinstatement decision. There are rumors...
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