UPDATE – Despite improving its margins, Boeing Commercial Airplanes continues to be loss-making in HY1 and Q2. Revenues were higher thanks to more MAX deliveries, but the continued delivery pause of the 787 continues to affect income and cash flow. Boeing...
Embraer has over 250 Letters of Intent for the new turboprop aircraft, it said today at the Farnborough Airshow. That’s before the 70 and 90 seaters have been launched, something likely to happen only in a year at the 2023 Paris Airshow. We talked to President and CEO...
MHIrj Aero Advisory Services, a division within the MHIrj group and part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has produced its first Market Forecast in time for Farnborough Airshow. The team behind this effort is the former Bombardier Commercial Aircraft marketing team. ...
EASA, the European aviation authority, suspended EASA certification of current Russian aircraft and will no longer accept applications to certify new Russian aircraft. These new developments are in addition to sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine that Russia...
We spoke with Oleg Evdokimov, who is currently in Russia and is a Russian aviation expert. Our conversation was constrained – we could not use certain words or language for his personal security. To be clear, traffic to our site from Russia has spiked and we...
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