In this first of our series of previews for 2021, we look at the market for narrow-body aircraft. We break the narrow-body market into three segments, the under 140 seat segment, the 140-170 seat segment, and the over 170 seat market. Subscriber content – Sign...
News:While the Boeing 737 MAX has been cleared to return to flight in the US, each international jurisdiction must make its own determination on the safety of the aircraft. Brazil has already approved the airplane, and GOL was the first airline to return the 737 MAX...
News: COMAC has received the type inspection authorization for its C919 aircraft, enabling final flight testing and certification. Typically, issuance of a TIA means that the program is nearing completion, the design is finalized and verified, and issuance of a type...
Michel Merluzeau, Director Market Analysis at AIR, and Ernie Arvai, President of AirInsight Group will discuss COMAC and UAC and the scenarios likely to unfold for the two companies in changing trade and geopolitical environments. With COMAC working on completing the...
While Airbus and Boeing struggle with negative orders between them in the last three months, China’s COMAC is gaining strength with Chinese airlines. Since every order for a COMAC aircraft is one that Airbus and Boeing will not see, the threat of local production of...
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