Posts Tagged “A330”

How about an A330neo?

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How about an A330neo?






When we published the post titled “Is It Time for a 767NG?”, we heard the idea was met with amusement in some quarters.  Well, we can’t resist the idea of laying out another idea for our audience’s further amusement.

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BEA Publishes Note Regarding Speculation on AF447 Crash

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[Update – Podcast with an A330 type rating instructor discussing the BEA AF447 information] Update: MSNBC has a three minute video with two former NTSB investigators discussing the accident. Citing inaccuracies and errors in media reports on the crash of AF447 off the coast of Brazil, the Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses pour la Sécurité de…

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Rolls-Royce facing declining narrow-body market share

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This analysis was published on GLG news by Ernest Arvai earlier today and is reproduced here for our AirInsight blog readers.

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And there’s not even an airshow going on

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Today the industry saw two nice aircraft orders.  In total, Airbus and Boeing booked (at “retail”) nearly $6bn today.  That is a big number given that airlines are only now starting to see profits after years of  losses.  The old adage is, when airlines make money they buy planes, and take delivery during the next…

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