EASA, the European aviation authority, suspended EASA certification of current Russian aircraft and will no longer accept applications to certify new Russian aircraft. These new developments are in addition to sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine that Russia...
After the Paris Air Show and the summer break, the global aerospace industry assembles again next week. In Russia, for the MAKS2019 air show at Zhukovsky Airport near Moscow from August 27 – September 1. While Airbus will show its A350-900, Embraer the E195-E2 and...
Aircraft pricing is a touchy subject. Airlines don’t like to discuss it, nor do the OEMs. Nobody pays list prices, and nobody talks about the discount they get either. Indeed, as we have heard at ISTAT – if you want to know transaction prices, take the list price...
The lack of public movement on any sales by Boeing to Iran’s airlines has had many wondering. It appears more data points on deals is starting to leak. Once again the source is from inside Iran. Like the news before of deals for Embraer’s that were of...
Sukhoi’s SSJ MSN 95093 made its first flight at the airfield in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. The aircraft will be delivered in Royal Thai Air Force is is one of two on order. “The flight was a success. The crew was pleased with the operation of equipment and...
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