The US Regional Airlines Association starts its 2022 conference tomorrow. It should be very interesting. RAA members are the most pressurized airlines in the market. In preparation for the event, we assembled some data that provides a look at the state of the...
If one thing has become clear at last week’s Farnborough Airshow, it was that Rolls-Royce is getting ever-more committed to hydrogen. The engine maker announced a couple of technology developments related to hydrogen as well as hybrid-electric as well as a partnership...
A couple of days ahead of the Farnborough Airshow, urban air mobility (UAM) start-up Vertical Aerospace has announced a couple of interesting business updates. American Airlines has confirmed delivery slots and its commitment to purchase fifty VX4 vehicles, while...
The pandemic was awful in almost every respect, but one small positive from that period was the vast on-time improvement among US airlines. As we have pointed out before, time is a crucial metric for airlines. Late arrivals mean added ops costs for airlines –...
SAS is having great difficulty in getting support for its SAS Forward transformation plan from key stakeholders. It risks ending up in a court procedure as negotiations have been unsuccessful so far, the airline said on April 29 in a media statement. SAS...
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