UPDATE – A consortium in The Netherlands has received financial backing to develop a hydrogen-based regional turboprop aircraft that should be available in 2028. An artist graphic indicates that the project is based on De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400, which would...
UPDATE February 27 – An Airbus A350-900 that departed Toulouse for Moscow on the evening of February 24 could very well have been the last new Western airliner to have joined a Russian airline for some time. With the war in Ukraine developing by the hour, the...
As the model shows, twenty years is the typical period when airlines retire their aircraft. But that was then. Now we can expect that period to be much shorter. Click the play button to see how this works. Also, click the button to see the pattern over time. The...
Qantas tries to re-shape the Australian domestic market by purchasing a 19.9% share of Alliance Airlines, the Eagle Farm (Queensland) based airline. The purchase was announced on February 1 and has caught out the Alliance board, which has sought legal advice on how to...
Turboprops have had a good year in 2017. We take a look at the market and provide some insights to be found in the data. The turboprop market is big but not as exciting, perhaps, as the single-aisle market. We can see that the number of parked aircraft has risen...
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