Market reception for the Boeing 737RE remains mixed, with the some customers expressing disappointment that Boeing did not proceed with the New Small Airplane but at the same time relieved that the uncertainty is over. Several airlines quickly expressed interest in...
In a major victory for Airbus, Qantas has ordered the A320 and A320neo as it begins a five-year program to restructure the airline. As a 737NG operator, this is a major coup for Airbus, winning another Boeing customer for the neo. It appears that the Boeing...
The reaction to American’s recent fleet order was not positive from the financial analyst community. They have valid concerns regarding the firm’s financials. But in typical fashion, MIT Researcher Bill Swelbar decided to take contrarian view and look at...
Now that Boeing has elected to follow Airbus and proceed with the re-engining route for its single aisle jet, the 737, Bombardier and Embraer have clarity from which to make decisions. For Embraer, which has been waiting for Boeing to move, its decision revolves...
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