The 50-seat regional jet problem is growing and it is pressing in the US. This was highlighted by United Airlines at the recent IATA AGM. While the problem is most pressing for United, the problem is system-wide. The “problem” is the apparent absence of...
Boeing’s largest (and perhaps final) iteration of the MAX family took to the skies last week. With a seating capacity of up to 230, the MAX10 has more capacity than the 707 with which it shares a fuselage and history. The MAX10 will have the shortest range of the...
The comparative economics of aircraft is a key driver in fleet planning decisions. Many factors come into play in analyzing the differences between models, particularly when there is an incumbent aircraft with existing infrastructure in place. Such was the recent...
Australia has been struggling to get airborne again. The pandemic hit hard and the reaction was (like many places) overdone. Australia and New Zealand created one of the first travel bubbles. That too has been a struggle. Qantas recently pushed back its plans for...
The first month of the new decade has already been turbulent, with the continuing soap opera surrounding the Boeing 737 MAX, uncertainty over trade with US-China, US-EU, Brexit–EU, and the outbreak of the Coronavirus in China causing major disruptions in travel...
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