If environmental performance is to become an essential element of commercial aviation’s future, airlines need to change the way they plan their operations and fleets. Many airlines choose an aircraft type based on the longest haul route they have, then deploy this...
JetBlue inaugurated its international service to London using the A321LR and has plans for additional routes with new aircraft still on order. The reason is quite simple – the A321neo family offers excellent economics for the North Atlantic. Here is how the...
There has been a steady stream of news reports about United Airlines looking at replacing its aging 767s and 777-200s. As a launch customer for both aircraft, United has seen many years of service from these two models. What can we say about United’s twin-aisle...
As US airlines race to prepare for returning traffic, there is a scramble for capacity. It is the nature of this business that one has to always have extra capacity to deploy quickly. When an opportunity appears, first-mover advantage is crucial. In an oligopoly (and...
This looks like a big week for Airbus. Early this morning in Toulouse, the first A330neo for Air Portugal was rolled out of the paint shop. Air Portugal is the launch customer for this model. The A330neo is a substantial upgrade from the current generation A330. ...
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