It’s too early to tell if Boeing’s X-plane demonstrator with the Transonic Truss-Based Wing (TTBW) will be the next Boeing single-aisle airliner, but it certainly has the ingredients for that. There are some challenges that need to be solved first before a...
UPDATE – Boeing says it already has made “fundamental changes” to its safety policy and culture since the two fatal MAX accidents, but the coming months will be crucial to see if the airframer is heading in the right direction. Making a judgment will be the...
He was in a jubilant and exciting mood, that Thursday afternoon in July 2019 during Boeing’s end-of-show wrap-up press conference. And to express it, he wore a Hawaiian shirt that someone at Boeing had found in a Farnborough shop, just to show how happy he was with...
Yesterday Boeing announced its quarterly earnings. Reaction to the news was mixed, but overall it was a downer. What we find most interesting is Boeing’s MAX delivery target. Boeing lowered its MAX delivery target twice this year. The first target was 500, now...
On Tuesday, Boeing announced it had delivered its 100th 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF) to AerCap, the leasing company. This aircraft, painted with the yellow livery of Mercado Livre, a Latin American e-commerce giant, will be operated by the Brazilian...
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