Today we spoke with Antonio Da Costa, VP Single-Aisle Marketing at Airbus, about the A321XLR. Airbus has seen the A321 become its most popular single-aisle model, out-delivering the A320neo last year for the first time. The combination of rapid traffic recovery and...
Several times we have put out notes about the MoM segment. In every case, we noted the strength at Airbus and the weakness at Boeing. The issue is getting worse and, by all appearances, the Boeing situation is getting worse. This is deeply troubling. Not because we...
Icelandair plans to return to profitability this year as it grows back its network to eighty percent of 2019 levels, it said today during its 2021 results presentation. The final quarter ended at a loss, but EBIT was still at its best level since 2016. Icelandair...
It’s a slow news time of the year. For those of you still at a desk looking for something aviation-related and distracting from what you’d rather be doing, let’s have some data fun. The chart below lists the fuel burn for single-aisle aircraft used...
We’ve written about this before. (here and here ) At the risk of boring readers, we have another post on the subject. Why another one? Because we see the heart of the market is moving and becoming less stable. It used to be all about the 737-800 and A320 at...
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