A bit like Dubai Airshow two years ago, this year’s event has been rather subdued for Embraer. Except for the order for three E175 from Nigerian airline Overland Airways, the airframer announced no further news except for its latest market outlook. Still, CEO...
The EU is different than other regions with respect to its focus on “green initiatives”, especially the commercial aviation sector. There is a carbon tax on jet fuel and the costs of running an airline in Europe will keep rising. Therefore, despite the pandemic and...
Previously we looked at the Fokker fleet and the opportunities it presents to the current OEMs. Today we look at the BAe fleet. In total there are 342 aircraft in service. Of these 267 (see first table) are in passenger service. The fleet consists of the older...
Embraer and Republic Airways announced a contract for 47 E175s. Republic is the largest E-Jet operator in the world, so its selection is no surprise. The agreement includes options for an additional 47 aircraft, providing a potential for 94 E175s, which could yield a...
New sales of the stalwart Airbus A319 and Boeing 737-700 have largely dried up, after amassing combined deliveries of 2,554 aircraft through June 30, 2012. Sales of the A319neo have been tepid and non-existent for the 737-7 MAX, and the combined backlog for these two...
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