The A321 has not proven itself as the ideal replacement for the 757 at Delta. It is close and the A321neo will bring it closer. Even so, Delta might need something larger. As we move to ever more sustainable aviation, a larger aircraft is probably greener per...
Yesterday, given this quiet time of the year, we shared some data on the state of fuel burn among US airlines’ single-aisle aircraft. This is the chart we shared. We pointed out that there are three aircraft at or exceeding the 100 seat mile/gallon of fuel. ...
It’s a slow news time of the year. For those of you still at a desk looking for something aviation-related and distracting from what you’d rather be doing, let’s have some data fun. The chart below lists the fuel burn for single-aisle aircraft used...
We undertook a 2021 Review and 2022 Outlook with Richard Aboulafia and Brian Foley. It was a 42-minute chat and really interesting. All four of us were closely aligned – which was surprising. 2022 looks good for Airbus for obvious reasons (A220 & A321),...
The Qantas decision to opt for Airbus A320 Family and the smaller A220 for its fleet replacement of the 162-seat 737 NG and smaller regional jets is a defining moment in aviation and should send Boeing back to the drawing board to build the 797. Qantas is one of the...
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