Do you remember the fallout between an airline and an aircraft manufacturer over quality issues and safety concerns? No, we aren’t talking Qatar Airways versus Airbus here, but Air Astana versus Embraer. The dispute came to light last July and got only limited...
US Airline traffic in 2021 recovered consistently during the year, moving closer to but not quite reaching pre-pandemic levels. There is still a long way to go. The following chart shows US passengers by month for 2019, 2020, and 2021 as reported by TSA. The first...
We’ve written about this before. (here and here ) At the risk of boring readers, we have another post on the subject. Why another one? Because we see the heart of the market is moving and becoming less stable. It used to be all about the 737-800 and A320 at...
A bit like Dubai Airshow two years ago, this year’s event has been rather subdued for Embraer. Except for the order for three E175 from Nigerian airline Overland Airways, the airframer announced no further news except for its latest market outlook. Still, CEO...
Boeing has provided various updates on different occasions on the 777X program at Dubai Airshow. The main message the airframer wanted to share was that the type is on schedule for certification and entry into service in late 2023, but that’s not the full picture. A...
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