Despite the impact of COVID-19 on our industry, aerospace manufacturers are still planning for the future, looking at potential future models and gaining a competitive edge on their competitors. But the business case, timing, and economics for those aircraft have...
The fact that the Very Large Aircraft segment has slow demand is not in doubt. Sales have been at lower levels than either Airbus or Boeing predicted. Today, they are nowhere near the number that Airbus predicted, and even lower than the number Boeing predicted, which...
Cathay Pacific and Boeing have agreed on terms for 21 777-9 aircraft, with Cathay becoming the first Asian customer for the type. This order was rumored in the industry prior to the Dubai Air Show, but delayed as terms of the deal were finalized between the parties....
Airbus today released a research study regarding the ability to sleep on long-haul aircraft and its relationship to seat width. The study was conducted by the London Sleep Centre. Dr. Irshaad Ebrahim commented that “all passengers experienced a deeper, less disturbed...
There is much debate about market need for VLAs (defined as an airplane with >400 seats). The argument goes back to the time when Airbus decided on the A380 and bet on the need for the VLA (demand for hub to hub traffic) while Boeing’s bet was on the 787...
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