There is a ray of hope for one of the beleaguered African carriers. South African Airways is preparing to emerge from its self-inflicted collapse. The crisis-ridden airline is said to be preparing for a return to service by first operating domestically before...
News The 737 MAX may be nearing the end of its grounding, as Boeing has been accomplishing some of the five steps necessary to re-certification and re-entry into service with the FAA. While international regulators may take longer, let’s assume that production...
News There were no big announcements from Boeing today on the commercial aircraft front, reflecting the current problems with the MAX, the week-end 787 fire suppression controversy, delays for the GE9X powering the 777X, and continued study of business case for the...
News Two stories emerged on the MAX today, the first indicating, as we previously forecast, a December return to service, and the second, that German authorities refused airspace passage for a Norwegian 737MAX being repositioned without passengers that was forced to...
News Air Canada announced that it is suspending all 737MAX flights until July 1st, meaning that the aircraft will be out of service another three months, at least for one airline, while improvements to the software and MCAS system are made. This is the first airline...
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