Last Friday we had an opportunity to catch up with Airbus Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer. As the global commercial aviation industry starts to climb out from the pandemic, Mr. Scherer is a very busy man and we fortunate to get some time with him....
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...
The US airline industry is in the midst of a significant fleet update – the pandemic was too good a crisis to waste. The shock to the industry may have caused chaos but fleet planners had a chance to hit the reset button. The industry is not likely to look the...
In February 2017 we took a look a the 787-10 and it’s natural competitors. We remain of the view that the 787-10 is a highly attractive aircraft with great operating economics promise. In 2017 we saw a “sizable market”, but then 2020 came along and...
There has been a flutter of news about GE expressing interest in powering the A330neo. The news coming out now suggests discussions which, we understand, have been taking place for some time. There are significant implications to this. Let’s break it down by OEM....
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