Air India is considering ordering as many as 300 narrow-body jets to expand its domestic and regional fleet, and overhaul the fleet under its new owners, the Tatas. This order could be one of the largest orders in commercial aviation history. The airline is in...
Jet Airways, which was once India’s most-loved private airline with significant operations around India, Europe, North America, the Middle East, and South-East Asia, closed down in April 2019 on the back of bankruptcy. Jet Airways was given the go-ahead to...
Last Friday we had an opportunity to catch up with Airbus Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer. As the global commercial aviation industry starts to climb out from the pandemic, Mr. Scherer is a very busy man and we fortunate to get some time with him....
Despite the impact of COVID-19 on our industry, aerospace manufacturers are still planning for the future, looking at potential future models and gaining a competitive edge on their competitors. But the business case, timing, and economics for those aircraft have...
The trend towards “right sizing” aircraft and “horses for courses” appears to be changing as we analyze the size of recent orders. But this growth and up-sizing appears to be confined to the narrow-body market. In 2019, for the first time, the A321 began to outsell...
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