The European Union is different than other regions with respect to its focus on “green initiatives”, especially the commercial aviation sector. The European Commission has proposed a carbon tax on jet fuel from 2023 and the costs of running an airline in Europe will...
Dutch low-cost airline Transavia and its French sister Transavia France, both 100% daughters of Air France/KLM, are poised to decide mid-year on fleet renewal plans. If KLM has made up its mind too, this could include a 100+ aircraft order to be announced at June’s...
As Airbus and Bombardier move through, what appears, to be a smooth transition, what might one start thinking about in terms of the market? Currently, it looks like the CS program will be under the Airbus flag by Farnborough. For Airbus, the most logical place to see...
New sales of the stalwart Airbus A319 and Boeing 737-700 have largely dried up, after amassing combined deliveries of 2,554 aircraft through June 30, 2012. Sales of the A319neo have been tepid and non-existent for the 737-7 MAX, and the combined backlog for these two...
AirInsight today issued a study, “The Business Case for the Bombardier CSeries,” that provides an in-depth analysis of the Canadian company’s leap into mainline jet manufacturing. Bombardier is the world’s third largest aircraft manufacturer, after Airbus and Boeing,...
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