JetBlue inaugurated its international service to London using the A321LR and has plans for additional routes with new aircraft still on order. The reason is quite simple – the A321neo family offers excellent economics for the North Atlantic. Here is how the...
As US airlines race to prepare for returning traffic, there is a scramble for capacity. It is the nature of this business that one has to always have extra capacity to deploy quickly. When an opportunity appears, first-mover advantage is crucial. In an oligopoly (and...
This morning the US DoT published its latest T-2 data. This data source provides the first public view on the performance of Delta’s A330-900. The results are rather impressive. As always, let’s start with data. Using our data visual model, we clicked on...
It’s just a number, but nevertheless a milestone to Airbus: the delivery of its 12.000th airliner. Not from its home territory in Europe, but from the Airbus Canada factory in Mirabel that became part of the global OEM only last year. The 12.000th is the 12th A220-100...
On July 6th Airbus brought their A330-900 from Chicago to Atlanta. We were invited by Airbus to join this flight to see how the aircraft feels as a passenger. The first image is of the aircraft as we walked up to it at the O’Hare location. One is aware the...
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