Ryanair hopes to grow passenger numbers in Financial Year 2024 by ten percent to around 185 million, up from 168.6 million in FY23. But this will largely depend on new Boeing MAX 8200 deliveries being on time for the peak season. With the airframer expecting lower...
An interesting development in zero-emission aviation is coming from the UK today. Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) and small airframer Britten-Norman announced their intention to merge and become a global leader in small, zero-emission aircraft. For now, the two...
Airlines need fuel-saving technologies. Commercial airlines face continuing challenges of high fuel costs and environmental performance, particularly for those in the EU, where rising fuel taxes and pressures to “go green” are strongest. The solution in the near term...
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...
According to a report on Saturday of usually well-informed Aviation News, Embraer is about to announce it will delay the launch of its turboprop aircraft. The story, for which LeehamNews claims to have confirmation, says that current market conditions as well as...
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