The EU is different than other regions with respect to its focus on “green initiatives”, especially the commercial aviation sector. There is a carbon tax on jet fuel and the costs of running an airline in Europe will keep rising. Therefore, despite the pandemic and...
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...
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....
The delivery, last week in Toulouse, of Japan Airlines’ first Airbus A350-900 aircraft was full of symbolism for both Airbus and the Japanese airline. This was nothing less than the first delivery by the European manufacturer to an airline that, to date, was...
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...
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