As the commercial aviation industry increasingly embraces “green” issues including, for example, SAF, it is useful to consider another feature that is much more noticeable to people – noise. So which is the quietest aircraft? The latest generation of aircraft, from...
Boeing provided an update on their ecoDemonstrator program. The program started in 2012 using an American Airline 737-800. Since then they have utilized several other models: 2014 was the 787, 2015 was the 757; 2016 an Embraer E-170; 2018 used a FedEx 777F, 2019...
There is a quiet shift taking place in the regional jet market. As you would expect with regional jets, this is occurring in the US. Let’s start with the E-170s American acquired recently. Its Envoy regional is getting six E-170s previously operated by...
Passengers flying these sub-100 seat aircraft are immediately able to sense the limited space as they enter the cabin. OEMs have to compromise to get in the seating airlines want and fit this into a tube whose dimensions must be light and safe. Comfort is not truly...
The news that Mitsubishi is delaying EIS of the MRJ 70/90 by more than a year is a small boost to competitors Bombardier and Embraer. BBD offers the CRJ900 90-seater and EMB offers the E-170/175 70-seater and the 90 seat E-190. Mitsubishi has sold only 70 MRJs since...
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