Today we spoke with Antonio Da Costa, VP Single-Aisle Marketing at Airbus, about the A321XLR. Airbus has seen the A321 become its most popular single-aisle model, out-delivering the A320neo last year for the first time. The combination of rapid traffic recovery and...
The increasingly long-range capable MoM single-aisle aircraft is seen by many, including us, as disruptive. But what is the extent of the market? How much “commercial space” is there for such aircraft? How big is the market for the Single-Aisle MoM? We...
The case for the MAX7 and MAX10 being grandfathered under the MAX8 and MAX9 certifications is straightforward. Any physical changes will lead to uncommon flight decks and additional training for pilots. And, to be clear, this will impact safety – pilots...
Our analysis last Friday generated more attention than we expected. Not all of it was positive, but that’s how it goes. However a follow on issue has been percolating – if we argue that Airbus is being given a monopoly in the single-aisle MoM segment, can...
David Calhoun, Boeing’s President, and CEO, made the following statements at the firm’s latest Investors Conference. “We won’t contemplate a new airplane; we won’t even put it on the drawing board until we know we’re capable of doing that,” said Calhoun. “So this is...
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