Africa’s most successful airline, Ethiopian Airlines, is building on the legacy of success by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as it positions Ethiopia as an aviation hub for Africa. Building on the two parties’ seventy years shared history in aviation, the...
The ongoing saga between Boeing and Bombardier is a lot more than just about these two companies. If the DOC sides with Boeing (the generally expected political outcome) then who else gets hurt by this? Here is a list of major components making up the aircraft and...
The industry rumor has been confirmed. United Technologies acquisition of Rockwell Collins for $30 billion is moving forward. Both companies have a major presence in aerospace. UTC has two large units, Pratt & Whitney and United Technologies Aerospace Systems...
Boeing claimed a victory from the latest round of WTO rulings – Airbus, of course, differed in their interpretation. Irrespective, the WTO rulings have no teeth and are largely a game for government officials, bureaucrats, and attorneys. By the time any decision is...
In a quick review of the market, we can see how the engine market has grown in sympathy with the demand for commercial aircraft. In the first chart, we show the national origin of the engines. The numbers for Canada jump in 2009 because our data source added...
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