As the commercial aviation industry increasingly embraces “green” issues including, for example, SAF, it is useful to consider another feature that is much more noticeable to people – noise. So which is the quietest aircraft? The latest generation of aircraft, from...
When we published a table that showed Delta’s A220 was struggling over 2019 there was quite a reaction. The DoT just released the January data and there has been a sharp improvement with Delta’s A220s. The following table shows the improvement. January...
[UPDATED] With the December DoT On-Time data available we have been digging into the 2019 data. Something popped that warrants sharing. Slicing Delta out of the data for single-aisles we noticed something that stands out. What is happening with their A220s? The...
[UPDATE] Wouldn’t you know it? After this story was published the DOT updated its Form 41. Here are the latest numbers through 2Q19. Fuel burn was 54.6% of US fleet operating costs overall A319 fuel burn costs/seat/hour $13.60 – 55.5% of Op costs...
Nordic Aviation Capital, which specializes in regional aircraft, has signed an MOU with Airbus for 20 A220 family aircraft, including both A220-100 and A220-300 models. NAC’s current fleet of about 500 aircraft includes the ATR42, ATR72, Dash 8, CRJ900, CRJ1000, E170,...
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