UPDATE – Airbus predicts demand for commercial aircraft to shift from fleet growth to accelerated retirement of older, less fuel-efficient aircraft, resulting in the need for 39.020 aircraft over the next two decades. In their Global Market Forecast that Airbus...
Italians have a new airline, well a new name at least. This is what the fleet looks like at the start of the ITA Airways’ journey. All the aircraft listed are ex-Alitalia and should be delivered on October 21. As we can see several are parked and need to be...
At the recent IATA AGM, United’s COO Andrew Nocella shared a concern with Flight Global. Essentially United needs to replace two types by the end of the decade – the 757-300 and the 50-seat RJ. The concern expressed is not as much of a problem for other airlines and...
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....
The FAA has issued a proposed airworthiness directive for the Prat & Whitney PW1100G engines that power the Airbus A320neo family. Engines for the A220 (nee C Series), Embraer E2 jets, and Mitsubishi SpaceJets are not impacted by this AD. The AD would require...
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