Embraer, in the last few years, has been hit by several events outside of its control, including the deal breakup with Boeing, the global pandemic, and continued pilot union intransigence regarding the scope clause, impacting the regional jet segment in its largest...
It seems that we are always on the cusp of the time for turboprops. The technology is mature and well-understood. Yet we don’t see the level of demand for these aircraft one might expect. After all, they are more fuel efficient than jets and can easily operate...
This morning Rolls-Royce announced it has completed building and is preparing to test its UltraFan® technology demonstrator. The demonstrator engine was transported from the build workshop and into Testbed 80 in Derby, UK, where it was mounted in preparation for...
As if the pandemic wasn’t enough. After dealing with collapsing airlines the world over as traffic almost stopped, aircraft lessors now have to confront another crisis. And they have to do this before they fully recover from the pandemic. The Russian...
News The UK Labour Party has indicated that it will consider a ban on all fossil-fuel powered private aircraft flights from 2025. Since there are no alternative electric technologies readily available today, and unlikely by 2025, that would essentially ban private...
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