Market values for the Airbus A321neo are expected to firm up, even more, confirming the trend that this is currently the most popular aircraft type in use. The Boeing MAX is catching up as well, but the Airbus is still ahead, UK consultancy IBA says in its July market...
Given the paucity of good news from the commercial aviation industry, why not take a look at data for 1Q20? Here is a combination of data from the US DoT T-2 and Form41. This selection shows the US airline single-aisle airline fleet in terms of fuel burn/seat/hour...
SAS currently is not in a position to make a decision on the renewal of its short- to medium-haul. The Scandinavian airline still has question marks over the reliability of the Airbus A220 and Embraer E190-E2 it is looking at, CEO Rickard Gustafson said at the Q1...
After all 2019 has been for Boeing, the year’s orders and deliveries were expected to be at a historic low level. Still, the results presented on January 14 were even more somber. Boeing delivered 380 airliners while net orders including accounting changes ended deep...
In the never-ending saga of the Boeing MAX, a new chapter can be added to its tarnished reputation. As the New York Times reported on January 5, the FAA and Boeing have identified a potential ‘catastrophic’ issue with the wiring in the tailplane. A rigorous review of...
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