Boeing certainly hopes that 2022 will be better than 2019, 2020, and 2021, each of which had major disasters for Boeing. Between the MAX, pandemic, and 787 and KC-46 quality issues, Boeing’s mantle of industry leadership disappeared, as has its financial...
The downturn in passenger traffic during the global pandemic has many carriers re-thinking their fleet plans. One element in long-term planning is alternative uses for aircraft, and how the pandemic drives freighter conversions demand. Over the last three years,...
News: The industry rumor mill this week is that Boeing may spin-off either its commercial aircraft operations or its defense business. That could provide a return for Boeing shareholders as some financial engineering could pull additional value if the parts turn out...
It will soon be hard to find one of the classic jetliners flying in the US. Longtime fan, Allegiant, retired all its “Mad Dogs”. American plans to do the same by year end. Delta, the airline that loves old planes it can keep flying and disrupting...
Following our presentation of the American Airlines fleet unpacking, we are following this up with the equivalent for Delta Air Lines. Delta has been the slow US major to do their fleet renewal. But as the orders peaked for the other airlines, Delta has lately been...
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