It’s always good to get the US DoT’s T-2 update. This may be one of the most useful datasets as it has lots of the metrics we use for modeling. Here’s an example of the fleet fuel burn, now updated through 1Q22. The aircraft are listed in...
Yesterday Delta Air Lines signed a deal with Colorado-based Gevo Inc. for 75 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) per year over seven years. Gevo states the “Agreement valued at approximately $2.8 billion of revenue over seven years, inclusive of...
The airline industry decided to embrace going “carbon neutral” by 2050 – an unreachable goal in the view of many. As one wag commented, Zoom and other online meeting Apps have already reduced carbon pollution from air travel by more than the airline...
We have previously demonstrated that the economic differences between the CFM LEAP and Pratt &Whitney GTF are very close. For an airline or lessor to select between the two (on the Airbus) has to be tough and probably drives both engine OEMs to make very sharp...
Yesterday, given this quiet time of the year, we shared some data on the state of fuel burn among US airlines’ single-aisle aircraft. This is the chart we shared. We pointed out that there are three aircraft at or exceeding the 100 seat mile/gallon of fuel. ...
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