Posts Tagged “A330”

Delta’s A321 selection

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Delta’s A321 selection






Yesterday Delta Air Lines and Airbus announced a follow on order for another 15 A321s.  Delta now has 45 A321s on order. Delta targets reinvesting approximately 50% of its operating cash flow back into its business, resulting in $2 to $3 billion of capital expenditures annually through 2018, with $2.3 billion planned for 2014.  The…

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2014 A330neo Report

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2014 A330neo Report






We have published an update to our 2012 A330neo report.  The report is available for $150.  If you are interested in this report, please contact us. In the report we provide updated economic numbers and charts for a concept A330neo, economic numbers for 787  and provide industry reaction to the A330neo concept. The case for an…

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Does an A330neo Make Sense in 2014?

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Does an A330neo Make Sense in 2014?






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Azul Jumps Up to Wide Bodies

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Azul Jumps Up to Wide Bodies






Today Brazil’s Azul announced an new service with six Airbus A330-200 (leased from ILFC ) and is planning to lease five Airbus A350-900 XWBs.  This is a radical step for the airline.  Up to now it has focused on Embraer 190s and regional services (80 Embraer and 56 ATR aircraft).  With Airbus widebodies the airline…

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ISTAT 2014 – CIT

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This interview came about because of the publication of a thought leadership piece on the A330neo by CIT Aerospace’s VP Aircraft Analysis Steve Mason which can be found here. (Link edited) Related posts: Delta’s A321 selection Premium #180 – Skymark and the Intrepid/Delta Plan The enhanced A330 2015 ISTAT – CIT

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Airbus’ Commercial Order History

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Airbus’ Commercial Order History






Airbus is the European aerospace success story. Quietly, the company met a requirement for a medium range twin when Boeing and Douglas were uninterested.  There is a story that American’s CEO CR Smith had asked Douglas for a twin DC-10, but the team at Long Beach demurred – they knew better.  Airbus came up with…

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