Posts Tagged “Boeing”

Airbus And Boeing O&D Through February

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Airbus And Boeing O&D Through February






The table tells the story. Airbus is off to a much slower start than Boeing this year. Of course, it is still very early in the year. But the negative order number at Airbus must be of concern. Especially when compared to Boeing’s orders. Boeing has delivered 28% more aircraft than Airbus. And to underscore…

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Premium #320 – MOM Replacement in the US

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Premium #320 – MOM Replacement in the US






We continue our review the market for the MOM this week.  Last week we explained that we see the replacement market at about 2,200 aircraft.  This excludes any growth – we know the market will grow, but did not project that growth in a replacement analysis.  Welcome to AirInsight Premium content. This page is only available…

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Premium – Boeing’s MAX 10X faces a steep slope

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Premium – Boeing’s MAX  10X faces a steep slope






Boeing’s 737 MAX 10X is the latest and largest variant of the 737 line.  Reactions to the aircraft range from Boeing’s confidence based on feedback “numerous airlines and interest from parts suppliers” to some muted concern among lessors.   Boeing is offering the MAX 10X to customers but it has not yet formally decided to go…

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MAX vs NG – the upsizing trend continues

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MAX vs NG – the upsizing trend continues






Boeing’s MAX family is likely to get a new member soon, the MAX10x.  The picture below was shown at ISTAT Americas.  This model will slot above the current MAX9, with 12 more seats. The 737 is a remarkable aircraft.  It has seen an amazing number of variants over the past 50 years.  A half century…

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Guidance from ISTAT Americas

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Guidance from ISTAT Americas






Last week saw the usual excellent presentations from the industry was presented at ISTAT Americas 2017, an annual event of the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading, 5-7 March.  A key takeaway for us what the focus Airbus and Boeing placed on capabilities.   Airbus stressed the capabilities of the A321neo and the A330neo.   Boeing did…

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Evaluating United Airlines Fleet and Likely Future Actions

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Evaluating United Airlines Fleet and Likely Future Actions






The third in our series of airlines fleets is United Airlines.  United has the smallest fleet of the three mega-carriers.  The table below lists the airline’s current fleet. Related posts: Premium #180 – Skymark and the Intrepid/Delta Plan Premium #184 – Does Delta’s old aircraft strategy make sense? Premium #213 – The US Scope Clause…

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