Embraer announced its 2021 year-end results this morning. Like all these calls, there is a desire to make the best of the situation and be upbeat. But in the case of Embraer this may not be wishful thinking. 2022 guidance is deliveries of 60-70 commercial aircraft...
Lessor Azorra hit the headlines in January by announcing orders for twenty Airbus A220s and twenty Embraer W910-Es/E195-E2s. It confirms Azorra is on a growth strategy, so AirInsight talks to President Ron Baur to hear more about that. We had a conversation...
Delta announced that it is entering into a deal with Boeing for 20 E190s and 40 new 737-900ERs upon ratification of a tentative agreement covering its 12,000 pilots. The tentative pilot agreement provides enhancements to pilot compensation—including base pay...
JAL announced two orders for regional jets. This may have been one of the quietest aircraft campaigns. In the first order, JAL and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation signed an LOI for 32 Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) aircraft, as the next-generation regional jet for the...
The A330neo launch and its implications The biggest headline from Farnborough 2014 was the launch of the A330neo, which will be a more effective direct competitor to the Boeing 787. The new competition will be a classic case of trading operating efficiency for lower...
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