Earlier this week, AviationWeek published an interview it had with Boeing CEO David Calhoun who said that the MAX 10 would not be developed if it required meeting the FAA’s new standards. “If I lose the fight [to avoid that requirement], I lose the fight.” This...
Boeing’s CEO David Calhoun is playing poker with the US Congress. He spoke yesterday about the potential certification issues with the MAX10 and for the first time indicated that Boeing might walk away from that program should Congress not provide the company a time...
(Co-authored with Timothy O’Neil-Dunne) Lost in the pandemic was a pause in an ongoing epidemic of almost Biblical proportions. We are talking about the US practice of bluffing true flight times AKA schedule padding. With the resurgence of planes in the sky as...
The New York Times published an intriguing article yesterday that spoke about Boeing and the aerospace industry lobbying with Congress to pass a law that undercut the FAA’s capability to review Boeing’s work. Apparently the bill, passed last year, restricts even more...
Having spent two days last week at the Regional Airline Association annual convention last week, I listened to numerous discussions on the labor shortage issues facing the industry, especially the pilot shortage. One of the continuing problems facing the regional...
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