Last week it became clearer that the MAX 7 and MAX 10 would not be certified by year-end. This is despite some political maneuvering to help Boeing. The latest MAX wrinkle leads to another. This morning we have another wrinkle – American Airlines pilots oppose...
While demand for air travel will remain solid, lower than expected economic growth in the next decade will affect new aircraft deliveries until 2041. In its latest Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) that was released today, Boeing forecasts 41.170 deliveries of new...
Boeing is about to start testing new technologies on its tenth ecoDemonstrator aircraft. The 20-year-old 777-200ER is the follow-on to the MAX 9 that has flown last year. It includes thirty technologies, most of them related to sustainability. What’s new on a...
There have been quite a few interesting stories in the Latin American aviation industry, from startups launching flights to startups temporarily and most likely ceasing operations. But there has also been an impact from Omicron, Avianca’s new routes, positive outlooks...
New travel restrictions and quarantine measures imposed by the Hong Kong government force Cathay Pacific to reduce capacity to the lowest level since May 2020. The airline will cut passenger capacity in January to just two percent compared to some ten percent in...
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