The future of the MAX7 and MAX10 programs at Boeing is now moving firmly into the hands of politicians. In the wake of the two MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019, several recommendations were made by the National Transportation Safety Board and international regulators...
The MAX 10 has been in the news this past week, and not for great reasons. This is a most unfortunate outcome for Boeing, and (surprise!) for Airbus as well. Let me explain how we see the MAX10 gamble. Readers are familiar with our continuous focus on the...
Canadian airline WestJet released exciting news today. The airline signed for another 42 MAX 10s plus 22 options as part of its growth plans. The airline has 23 MAX 8s yet to be delivered from a previous order. “With this additional order, the WestJet Group...
Farnborough 2022 gave the MAX10 a boost. With 125 orders from the show, ch-Aviation lists a total of 716 MAX10s on order. Boeing confirms its “over 700”. This would be 16.8% of the total 4,258 MAX ordered. But what are the MAX10 economic expectations? Boeing has a...
The Delta MAX10 order was a very important win for Boeing. Clearly, there are aspects of the deal that still need to overcome crucial hurdles, the most important of which is certification. Delta has the appropriate contractual protections as Boeing has threatened to...
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