We sent a series of questions to Pedro Heilbron, CEO of Copa Airlines in Panama. How has the pandemic impacted your airline and the markets it serves? During 2020 we had to stop flying for six months and were only able to gradually restart operations towards the end...
Background Our team discussion and near-term narrowbody strategy focusing on Boeing’s next moves. Ernie Arvai, President of AIG characterizes Boeing’s position as such “Boeing is in a precarious position in the narrow-body market. Airbus now has a 60/40 market share...
Boeing’s MAX faces challenges again. The program is a cause of ongoing concern to both the OEM and its lessor and airline customers. The 737 remains the most successful jet program and has built a strong following. The 737 has been the typical aircraft LCCs...
How’s the 737 MAX doing in the US? The FAA cleared Boeing 737 MAX for commercial flights late last year. Operators had to undertake quite a bit of work to bring the parked aircraft into the newly approved specifications. We are using a timeline starting January...
The AirInsight/AIR Team joins in another podcast to discuss items in the news this week, including supersonic business jets, Bombardier, Dassault, Loyal Wingman, the outlook for Airlines, with a focus on Canada, and the outlook for Boeing. We hope you continue to...
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