When asked about launching the A220-500, Airbus COO Christian Scherer has publicly stated “it’s not if, but when”. Considering the “when” is therefore rather important. After all, the A220-500 as currently understood would be ...
The US Department of Transportation compiles economic data from airlines regarding operating costs, with fuel being one of those key elements. We examined our airline operating cost model and developed a comparative fuel metric, which is seat miles per gallon. The...
UPDATE Jan 6 – Boeing and Allegiant Air were tightlipped on Tuesday, but a day later they have confirmed reports that the airline has selected the MAX for its fleet renewal and growth strategy. Allegiant has placed a firm order for thirty MAX 7s and twenty...
The US DoT datasets are truly a cornucopia of information. We are fortunate to have such granular data – despite some of the issues in working with it. In conversations with people across the industry, we consistently remark that this data can be used as...
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...
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